3. From Enowning
5. For the Few and the Rare
14. Philosophy and Worldview
17. The Necessity of Philosophy
(On the Question: Who Are We?)
21. Inceptual Thinking·
23. Inceptual Thinking:
Why Thinking from within the Beginning?
31. The Style of Inceptual Thinking
33. The Question of Be-ing
36. Enthinking Be-ing and Language
37. Be-ing and Reticence in Silence'
40. The Work of Thinking in
the Epoch of the Crossing
43. Be-ing and Decision
45. The "Decision"
47. What Is Ownmost to Decision:
Being and Not-Being'
48. In What Sense Decision Belongs
to Be-ing Itself
49. Why Must Decisions Be Made?
54. Abandonment of Being
65. What Is Not Ownmost to Be-ing
67. Machination and Lived-Experience
87. History of the First Beginning
(History of Metaphysics)
89. Crossing to the Other Beginning
91. From the First to the Other Beginning·
98. Projeding Beingness Open unto Constant Presence
100. The First Beginning·
103. On the Notion of German Idealism
I 04. German Idealism
(The Thrown Projecting-Open)
125. Be-ing and Time
132. Be-ing and a Being
134. The Relation of Da-sein and Be-ing
139. The Essential Swaying of Be-ing: Truth and Time-Space·
142. The Essential Sway of Be-ing
145. Be-ing and Nothing
164. The Essential Swaying of Be-ing·
165. Essential Sway as Essential Swaying·
166. Essential Swaying and Essential Sway··
182. Projecting Be-ing Open:
Projecting-Open as Thrown
183. Projecting-Open unto Be-ing
251. What Is Ownmost to a People and to Da-sein"
252. Da-sein and the Ones to Come
Who Belong to the Last God