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*s. ΠÏότασις for a discussion of till.

"Wenn Philologie besagt: die Leidenschaft der Erkenntis des Ausgesprochenen, dann ist das, was wir treiben, Philologie." (Heidegger, 4)
Thus did he saucily beard the ancient clan of philosopher and philologist, reminding us of Seneca's saw:
Itaque quae philosophia fuit facta philologia est. (Epistulae, 108.23)
How far he takes this remains to be seen; the gage should at least be ear-marked.  Note passingly the positive characterization of Aristotelean privation:
στέÏησις, die Bestimmung des Seienden, die vollzogen wird in dem, was es nicht hat; diese στέÏησις, das »Nichthaben«, bestimmt ein Seiendes durchaus positiv; (Heidegger, 4)
It might seem at first noteworthy that Heidegger declined to characterize στέÏησις positively, noting the lack of negating particle, much as in the Latin prÄ«vÄtiÅ, whose root prÄ«vus (whence "private") means, according to Walde-Hofmann (Heidelberg, 1982), simply "für sich bestehend, einzeln"; but upon examination of the corresponding passage in Aristotle, one notes that he himself had recourse to the negative (τὸ μὴ ὄν) in describing στέÏησις:
ἔτι τῶν á¼Î½Î±Î½Ï„ίων ἡ ἑτέÏα συστοιχία στέÏησις, καὶ πάντα ἀνάγεται εἰς τὸ ὂν καὶ τὸ μὴ ὄν, καὶ εἰς ἓν καὶ πλῆθος, οἷον στάσις τοῦ ἑνὸς κίνησις δὲ τοῦ πλήθους: (1004b27)


 
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