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    ontologyBeing and Time , Heidegger treats human beings, or more properly Dasein , as essentially characterised in terms of their ‘being-in’ the world. This leads Heidegger to distinguish the sense of ‘being-in’ that is proper to human being from the ‘being-in’ that is associated with the sense of physical containment that is part of the …

  • z-r

    ontologyBeing and Time , Heidegger treats human beings, or more properly Dasein , as essentially characterised in terms of their ‘being-in’ the world. This leads Heidegger to distinguish the sense of ‘being-in’ that is proper to human being from the ‘being-in’ that is associated with the sense of physical containment that is part of the …