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We're in it within the recurring methods of usual cognizance. To typical recognition all issues look as if all that's current have been there aspect by means of facet on a degree. absolutely the, too, looks to common recognition ordinarily as whatever that's there along of all of the relaxation. Even that that's over and above generally represented beings is over opposed to common realization. it's the "side-by-side" that's there at the upside, beside which we ourselves ha,·e our being. Following one hundred fifty the development of its representations, ordinary awareness remains with beings and will pay no heed to Being-though Being is what draws and attracts it from the beginning, certainly attracts it into the craze towards the Being of beings. And but, whilst Being is dropped at its cognizance, ordinary realization assures us that Being is an abstraction. That wherein realization is at-tracted to its personal nature, cognizance itself claims to be an abs-traction. No better distortion of its personal nature is feasible than this view. in comparison with this distortion, all of the perversities faded between which common awareness knocks about-attempting to take away one perversion via the association of one other, with no giving idea to the genuine distortion. hence there continues to be the abiding desire for recognition to tum clear of this aversion for the Being of beings, to come back and tum towards the looks of the phenomena. average cognizance can't be brought the place it already is. yet neither should still it, in its inversion, depart its domicile between beings. common cognizance should still particularly take them over, of their fact. Textually we could regard the 16 sections because the explication of the identify which used to be later passed over. yet pondering substantively, the difficulty isn't a publication name however the paintings itself; certainly now not even the paintings, yet what the paintings offers: event, phenomenology because the Absolute's triumphing parousia. yet back, the purpose isn't really that we take attention, collect a data of it, yet that we could ourselves 151 be within the adventure that's a part of our Being itself-be within the previous conventional feel of Being: current with ... what's current. This passage with its 16 sections is a redirection of common realization towards the appropriation of its personal domicile. That appropriation is completed by way of the inversion of recognition, wherein realization attains to the adventure that is the real incidence of the parousia of absolutely the. in an effort to deliver common realization again from its usual representations and redirect it into event, one has to begin from these notions with which it instantly solutions all claims to absolute wisdom. This departure from traditional representations marks the fashion of the sections and determines their series. The passage with which the center of the paintings starts is the start of the skepsis that pervades thoroughgoing skepticism. to start the skepsis potential: to accomplish the "having obvious" into the absoluteness of absolutely the, and to continue that absoluteness. The passage is the inescapable chance to steered traditional realization to free up inside itself the data during which it's already, being its personal notion.

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