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It is rather a preparatory procedure by which the horizon for the most primordial way of interpreting being may be laid bare. Once we have arrived at this horizon, this preparatory analytic of Dasein will have to be repeated on a higher and authentically ontological basis. . ” (BT, 38) Thus the structures of Dasein must now be “interpreted over again as modes of temporality” (BT, 38). Heidegger’s Project 25 On the traditional view, according to Heidegger, time has been understood in Aristotelian terms as a successive sequence of “now points,” which endlessly follow one after another, where one “now” is “earlier and another later” (CT, 4).
I am engaged in the acts and practices that “They” are or “Anyone” (das Man) is engaged in. ” “[The anyone] is the ‘realist subject’ of everydayness” (BT, 166). In my everyday life, I am a teacher, a husband, or a father because I have been “absorbed” (aufgehen) and “dispersed” (zerstreuen) into the discursive roles, habits, gestures, and equipment of others (BT, 167). Others assign meaning to my life. They make me who I am. Thus Dasein is “existentially” or structurally being-with-others, a “They-self” (BT, 155).
In my everyday activities, I am already familiar with this meaningful referential context. For instance, I do not encounter my computer in isolation. ” The computer sits on my desk near a lamp, and it is being used to compose an article. The article will be sent to a university and will be read by an editor of a journal. If published, this article may help me get promoted, which will secure my job and ﬁll out my selfinterpretation as a college professor. The computer means something to me only in terms of its place in a network of relations, and I have grown into this shared network by means of public norms, habits, and roles that are already there (HCT, 246).