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" curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and idle talk, for which there is nothing that is not understood, provide themselves. "
Authentic Knowing– The Convergence of Science and Spiritual Aspiration - 8 psl.
autoriai: Imants Baruss, Imants Barušs - 1996 - 228 psl.
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Sequel to History– Postmodernism and the Crisis of Representational Time

Elizabeth Deeds Ermarth - 1992 - 232 psl.
...kind of knowing, but just in order to have known. . . . Curiosity is everywhere and nowhere. . . . Curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and idle...nothing that is not understood, provide themselves (that is, the Dasein which is in this manner [dem so seienden Dasein]) with the guarantee of a 'life'...
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The Weimar Republic Sourcebook

Anton Kaes, Martin Jay, Edward Dimendberg - 1994 - 806 psl.
...side by side in their tendency to uproot, but either of these ways-to-be drags the other one with it. Curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and idle...nothing that is not understood, provide themselves (that is, the Dasein which is in this manner [dem so seienden Dasein]) with the guarantee of a “life”...
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Being and Time– A Translation of Sein und Zeit

Martin Heidegger - 1996 - 487 psl.
...objectively present side by side in their uprooting tendency, but one way of being drags the other with it. Curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and idle...nothing that is not understood, provide themselves (that is, the Da-sein existing in this way) with the guarantee of a supposedly genuine “lively life.”...
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Deconstructive Subjectivities

Simon Critchley, Peter Dews - 1996 - 257 psl.
...leaves it to the reader to decide whether this holds true for Heidegger's descriptions of, for example, “curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and...for which there is nothing that is not understood” (217/173). Indeed, today, due to the influence of Hannah Arendt, 6 these descriptions are generally...
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Truth and Singularity– Taking Foucault Into Phenomenology

Rudi Visker - 2000 - 412 psl.
...leaves it to the reader to decide whether this holds true for Heidegger's descriptions of, for example, "curiosity, for which nothing is closed off, and idle...for which there is nothing that is not understood" (217/173). Indeed, today, due to the influence of Hannah Arendt 6 , these descriptions are generally...
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