Mindfulness (GA 66)

Contents
I. Introduction
1. Prelude from Periander and Aeschylus
2. The other Thinking
3. The Leap
4. The Guardians
5. The Knowing-awareness
6. The Word
6 a. We do not know goals...
6 b. Da-sein
7. ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑ

II. LEAPING AHEAD UNTO THE UNIQUENESS OF BE-ING

8. On Mindfulness
9. Machination (Coercive force, Power, Mastery) 
10. Completion of Modernity
11. Art in the Epoch of Completion of Modernity 
12. Inceptual Thinking, the one Readiness . . .

III. PHILOSOPHY

(Self-mindfulness: Historical Contention; Being-historical Thinking - Metaphysics)

13. Philosophy
14. Philosophy in Mindfulness of Itself
15. Self-mindfulness of Philosophy as Historically Dissociating Exposition
 (Dissociating Exposition of Metaphysics and Being-historical Thinking)

IV. ON PROJECTING-OPEN BE-ING

(Words that Hold Sway)
(The Be-ing-historical 'Saying')

16. Be-ing
17. Being as φύσις 
18. "Be-ing" as "Word"
19. Be-ing
20. The "Finitude" of Be-ing
21. The 'Saying' of Be-ing-historical Thinking
22. Ground (Be-ing and ἀλήθεια)
23. Be-ing
24. The Stillest Crossing unto the other Beginning
25. Be-ing
26. Be-ing: the Ab-ground
27. Be-ing is the Ab-ground
28. Be-ing - - Distress - - Care
29. Being is En-owning
30. Be-ing and Freedom
31. 'The Free-play of Time-Space'
32. Being and Space
33. Be-ing and 'Letting-be' 
34. The Be-ing-historical Word

V. TRUTH AND KNOWING AWARENESS

35. Question of Truth: A Directive 
36. Clearing
37. Truth as Clearing
39. The Clearing of Be-ing and Man (The"Moment")
40. Clearing Nearness and Remoteness
41. The 'In-between' of the 'T/here' 
42. Truth
43. Truth and the True
44. Be-ing and Truth and Dasein
45. Knowing-awareness and Truth
46. Truth and Acting
47. Truth and Usefulness

VI. BE-ING

(Ab-ground)

48. Be-ing
49. Be-ing
50. Be-ing: the Ab-ground

VII. BE-ING AND MAN

51. Be-ing and Man
52. Be-ing and Man
53. A Being - - Be-ing - - Man
54. Man's Flight from the Ownmost 
(Body - - Spirit - - Soul)
55. Be-ing and Man
56. Da-sein and Sein und Zeit
57. The Metaphysical Grounding-Experience
58. The Question put to Man 
59. Be-ing and Man

VIII. BE-ING AND MAN

60. Be-ing and Man

IX. ANTHROPOMORPHISM

61. Anthropomorphism

X. HISTORY

62. History

XI. TECHNICITY

63. Technicity

XII. 'HISTORY ' AND TECHNICITY

ἱστορειν - τέχνη

64. 'History' and Technicity

XIII. BE-ING AND POWER

65 a. Be-ing and Power

XIV. BE-ING AND BEING

66. Being - - Framed in Predicate ("the Categorial")
66 a. Be-ing and Beings

XV. THE THINKING OF BE-ING

67. The Thinking of Be-ing

XVI. THE FORGOTTENNESS OF BE-ING

68. The Forgottenness of Be-ing

XVII. THE HISTORY OF BE-ING

69. The History of Be-ing

XVIII. GODS

70. Gods - The fundamental Knowing-awareness
71. Gods and Be-ing

XIX. ERRANCY

72. Errancy

XX. ON THE HISTORY OF METAPHYSICS

73. Schelling
73a. Relinquishing Philosophy

XXI. THE METAPHYSICAL 'WHY-QUESTION'
(The Crossing Question)

74. Why?

XXII. BE-ING AND "BECOMING"

(The Completion of Occidental Metaphysics) 
(Hegel - Nietzsche)

75. Be-ing and "Becoming"

XXIII. BEING AS ACTUALITY

(The "Modalities")

76. Beings as "The Actual"

XXIV. BE-ING AND "NEGATIVITY

77. Be-ing - -' Nothingness' - - 'Going-Under'
78. Be-ing and "Negativity"

XXV. BEING AND THINKING
BEING AND TIME

79. Being and Time

XXVI. A GATHERING INTO BEING MINDFUL

80. Enowning
81. Settlement
82. The En-owning
83. Beingness and Be-ing
84. Be-ing and 'Nothingness'
85. 'Nothingness'
86. Truth - Be-ing and Clearing
87. Truth
88. Be-ing and Measure
89. Be-ing-history
90. Enownment and Attunement
91. The 'T/here' as the Ab-ground of the 'In-between'
92. Da-sein
93. Da-sein "of" Man
94. The Hint at Da-sein
95. Da-sein
96. Da-sein is always Mine 

XXVII. THE BE-ING-HISTORICAL THINKING AND THE QUESTION OF BEING

97. The Be-ing-historical Thinking and the Question of Being

XXVIII. THE BE-ING-HISTORICAL CONCEPT OF METAPHYSICS

98. The Be-ing-historical Thinking
99. The Be-ing-historical Question of Being
100. Metaphysics and the Question of Be-ing (Enowning)
101. Projecting-opening and Projecting-opening
102. Forgottenness of Being
103. The Jointure of Metaphysics
104. Φύσις and Metaphysics
105. The "Shape" and the Φύσις 
106. Being as Φύσις 
107. How Φύσις Fosters What is Later Called "Metaphysics"
108. Metaphysics
109. "What is Metaphysics?"
110. Aristotle, Metaphysics Δ 4 on Φύσις
111. Φύσις and Metaphysics
112. Φύσις and Ἀλήθεια
113. Ἀλήθεια - Ἀτρέκεια
114. Metaphysics
115. Metaphysics
116. "Ontology" - - "Metaphysics"
117. Metaphysics
118. ὂν ᾗ ὄν
119. The Sway of θεωρία 
120. Metaphysics
121. Metaphysics
122. How Metaphysics Thinks Being
123. In-finitude and Eternity
124. The Principle of Contradiction
125. The History of Metaphysics is the History of the History of Being
126. The Place of Aristotle in the History of Metaphysics
127. The Distinguished Metaphysical Basic Position of Leibniz
128. Kant and Metaphysics
129. The Final Rise of Metaphysics
130. The End of Metaphysics
131. Metaphysics and "World-view"
132. "Mysticism"
133. The Crossing
134. Towards Elucidation of the Be-ing-historical Concept of "Metaphysics"
135. Steps

APPENDIX

A RETROSPECTIVE LOOK AT THE PATHWAY

My Pathway Hitherto
Appendix: The Wish and the Will
(On Preserving What is Attempted)
Editor's Epilogue

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