§103 [71–72]

present, is brought into that apprehension which makes it possible to hold fast to what is proximally present and even to set it forth and produce it. τέχνη is the mode in which the apprehension that pertains to εἶναι (presence) makes itself constant and thereby stamps ἀλήθεια in a corresponding way. Involved here is the fact that presence (φύσις, ἐόν, εἶναι) disconceals itself in the most proximate “view” and that this most proximally present outlook (δόξα) becomes that which is held fast. Thus presence forms the character of appearing self-manifestation (visibility) and then even exhausts itself in it.