Diametros 42:247-261 (2014)

In this article I examine the correlation between Schelling’s notion of nothingness and Heidegger’s concept of being. I argue that Heidegger’s concept of being, before his “turn”, has its origin in Schelling’s nothingness as it is presented in Weltalter. I identify Heidegger’s thinking as a critical continuation of Schelling’s idea limited by the Christian doctrine of God
Keywords nothingness  non-being  nicość  being  niebyt  bycie  Schelling  φύσις  Heidegger
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DOI 10.13153/diam.42.2014.690
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