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{
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(ontological

inquiry)

(ontic

import)







(apriori perfect/apriorisches perfekt)
(philosophical conjugation)
always already/immer schon ( / )
essence/ ()
existence ()
social ontology (-)

1.

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( )

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() ()

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/ /
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) /
/ / !
2.
= ()

= ()

(equivalent)

()

(tensal)


German: ist gewesen = English: has been

3.

In German language, an adjective can be derived from the infinitive Sein (to be), it
is: das Gewesene (that which has been)
When we derive abstract noun from these, we get: Gewesenheit = Having-been-ness
Hence:
Sein ist gewesen Gewesenheit = to be that which has been having-been-ness
(adjective) (abstract noun)

/ =
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-- (?) --

()

-
-

()

--
--

- (personal)


/ /
Seindheit Beingness
Gewesenheit having-been-ness
--- (apriori perfect) -
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?
(--)

Gewesenheit

having-been-ness

()
(what-ness) (essentialism)

(kairological concept of time)


kairos

()

(arrhavon)






()
(reified essence)

()
( ) (frs Dasein)

Herr des Seins/Lord of Being
(

Hirte

des

Seins/Shepherd

of

Being

(-

/ )
/-/ (to let be)

/ (Being) (Essence) 2 -
(Existence)

(immer

schon/always already) -- (apriori perfect)


(zusein hat/to have to be)
(possibility)








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