ABSTRACT. As Heidegger puts it, the "world" unfolds as a set of possibilities that can be explored and nature becomes a set of potentialities that can be utilized for human ends. Dix uses Heidegger's phenomenology to say that man is naturally predisposed towards falling, thus creating an inauthentic life (only continual resistance to falling can bring one out of the default state of inauthenticity into an authentic mode of living). Livingston states that we can begin to understand Heidegger's remarks on the connection between machination and lived-experience by understanding their place in the complex organization of Beiträge as a whole. Moran maintains that Heidegger is developing Husserl, focusing in particular on the ontological dimension of intentionality.



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