Martin Heidegger Quote

Nevertheless, the ultimate business of philosophy is to preserve the force of the most elemental words in which Dasein expresses itself, and to keep the common understanding from levelling them off to that unintelligibility which functions in turn as a source of pseudo-problems.


Macquarrie & Robinson translation - Being and Time (1927)

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