Scientist: Now I see what was meant. The program of mathematics and the experiment are grounded in the relation of man as ego to the thing as object.
Teacher: They even constitute this relation in part and unfold its historical character.
Scientist: If any examination which focuses on what is a part of history is called historical, then the methodological analysis in physics is, indeed, historical.
Scholar: Here the concept of the historical signifies a mode of knowing and is understood broadly. >
Teacher: Understood, presumably, as focused upon a history which does not consist in the happenings and deeds of the world.
Scholar: Nor in the cultural achievements of man.
Scientist: But in what else?
Teacher: The historical rests in that-which-regions, and in what occurs as that-which-regions. It rests in what, coming to pass in man, regions him into his nature.
Scholar: A nature we have hardly experienced as yet, supposing it has not yet been realized in the rationality of the animal.
Scientist: In such a situation we can do nothing but wait for man's nature.
Teacher: Wait in a releasement through which we belong to that-which-regions, which still conceals its own nature.
Scholar: We presage releasement to that-which-regions as the sought-for nature of thinking.
Teacher: When we let ourselves into releasement to that-which-regions, we will non-willing.
Scientist: Releasement is indeed the release of oneself from transcendental re-presentation and so a relinquishing of