§ 8. The human, the Λόγος , and the essence and truth of being. Final part of the interpretation of saying 112

[375] “Far is the path one must take to the originary Λόγος .”

a) The Λόγος as ἓν πάντα: the originary forgathering presence. On the sameness of the Λόγος and being. The human as safe- keeper of being and the relation of being toward the human: the divining of the event [Ereignisses]

Saying 112 states:

τὸ φρονεῖν ἀρετὴ μεγίστη, καὶ σοφίη ἀληθέα λέγειν καὶ ποιεῖν κατὰ φύσιν ἐπαΐοντας (τοῦ Λόγου).

Reflective thinking is (the) nobility, because knowing is to gather the unconcealed (from out of concealment into unconcealment) in the manner of bringing- forth into the set-forth and set-up in view of emerging (and all this, nevertheless) within the drawing-out drawing-in relation toward the originary forgathering.

According to an ancient Greek determination, the human is the ζῷον λόγον ἔχον. The ζῷον is determined by ζωή: however, ζωή itself is determined by ψυχή, the drawing-in that draws out. The ψυχή of the human, whose drawing-in draws