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What is Being ?

"Is" is part of the verb "to be", the verb of being. To ask" What is 'is'?" is to ask a question of BEING. That was Heidegger's central preoccupation.

A strange concern? Heidegger proposed something extraordinary.

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Heidegger's task: to return to the question. How could "being" be understood?

Was it possible to forge a new disposition towards "being", redirecting the trajectories of the last two millennia?


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