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Author(s): Mohn, Jürgen | Koch, Klaus | Frey, Jörg | Zachhuber, Johannes | Mesch, Walter | Et al.
[German Version] I. Religious Studies 1. General. The words for time denote in different languages, according to their etymological derivation and symbolic semantic field, different ways of dividing natural and cultural forms of progression and sequences of events into parts separated and distinguished from one another. The German word for time, Zeit, comes from Old High German zīt; “divide (up)”, from the root *dāi, “divide,” and implies the general dividing function of ideas of time, as factors in ordering experience of the world. Different ideas of time …


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Author(s): Mesch, Walter
[German Version] a fundamental concept in M. Heidegger’s existential analysis of human Dasein. Dasein, according to Heidegger, possesses the structure of care, because “in its being it is concerned about its very being” ( Sein und Zeit, 1927, §4; ET: Being and Time, 1962, 1996). It projects itself onto possibilities from which it understands itself in its total existence (§31). And temporality is the “ontological meaning” of this care, because – against the tendency of Dasein to misunderstand itself as being just like intraworldly entit…