Scholar: So, for example, one needs to understand "resolve" as it is understood in Being and Time: as the opening of man3 particularly undertaken by him for openness . . .
Teacher: . . . which we think of as that-which-regions.
Scholar: If, in accordance with Greek story and thought, we are aware of the nature of truth as a dis-closure and recovery; then that-which-regions, we are reminded, is presumably the hidden coming forth of this nature.
Scientist: Then the nature of thinking, namely, releasement to that-which-regions, would be a resolve for the coming forth of truth's nature.
Teacher: There could be a steadfastness hidden in releasement, residing simply in the fact that releasement becomes increasingly clearer about its inner nature and, being steadfast, stands within this.
Scholar: That would be behavior which did not become a swaggering comportment, but which collected itself into and remained always the composure of releasement.
Teacher: Releasement, thus composedly steadfast, would be a receiving of the regioning of that-which-regions.
Scientist: This composed steadfastness, in which the nature of releasement rests, could be said perhaps to correspond to the highest willing; but it could not. This resting in itself of releasement, which lets it belong to the regioning of that-which-regions with respect to man . . .
Teacher: . . . and after a fashion to determining as well . . .
Scientist: . . . this steadfastness of a belonging to that-which-regions which rests in itself, still lacks a name.
Scholar: Perhaps the word "in-dwelling" could name some of this. At a friend's I once read a few lines which he
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