About the Authors ix Introduction 1 Day One: Session One 7 Talking about Being 8 Dasein 12 Two Theses 14 Ontological Dialogue 16 Being-in-the-World: Being-in 20 Mood 24 Interval: Hints: Ontological Distinctions 32 Day One: Session Two 34 Philosophy as Rhetorical Evocation 35 Getting It and Losing It 44 Authenticity 54 Interval: Dasein: Meaning and Mineness 58 Day One: Session Three 60 Interval: Yankelovich Study Results 62 Day One: Session Four 68 Concern 73 Already Always Listening 75 Interval: Jargon 78 Day One: Session Five 80 End of Day One Interval: Reflexion: The Cartesian Deficiency 86 Day Two: Session One 89 Being-in-the-World: Being-With 92 Giving and Reflexion 103 The They-Self 107 Interval: Hermeneutic Phenomenology 116 Day Two: Session Two 120 Thinking 121 Heidegger's Pedagogy 127 Solicitude of a Forum Leader 132 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part One of Eight: Getting and Losing 136 Day Two: Session Three 138 Social Moods 156 Thrownness 159 Day Two: Session Four 166 End of Day Two Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Two of Eight: Questioning 168 Day Three: Session One 171 In-Order-To 172 Awakening Attunements 185 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Three of Eight: Heidegger's Etymologies 196 Day Three: Session Two 198 Danger: Attunements and Moods 200 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Four of Eight: The Pre-Socratics 208 Day Three: Session Three 212 Choice 217 The Violence of Meaning 226 The Same 237 God 259 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Five of Eight: Physis 264 Day Three: Session Four 268 Waiting for the Leap 284 A Violent Way 292 End of Day Three Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Six of Eight: Saying Nothing 308 Day Four: Session One 311 Being-in-the-World: World 312 The Uncanny 319 The Call of Conscience 332 What is Said When Conscience Calls? 342 Nothing: Beyond Nihilism 358 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Seven of Eight: Logos 372 Day Four: Session Two 376 The Three Levels of Truth 377 Primordial Metaphor: Clearing 397 The Drift 409 "Way of Being" and the "Nature of Being for Human Beings" 418 Interval: The Forgetting of Being, Part Eight of Eight: The Heart of the Matter 448 Day Four: Session Three 450 A Substance Ontology 472 Event Ontology 479 Technology 484 Techne 492 Enframing 499 The Oblivion of Oblivion 510 Transformation as Technology 519 End of Day Four Interval: Technology of Transformation 530 Afterword 532 by Michael E. Zimmerman References 543 Index 547
Bruce Hyde (PhD, University of Southern California, 1990) was a Professor of Communication Studies at St. Cloud State University until his death on October 13th, 2015 (1941-2015). His primary interests as an educator were with the ontological dimensions of language and communication, and with dialogue as a non-polarized and non-polarizing form of public discourse. Drew Kopp (PhD, University of Arizona, 2009) is an Associate Professor of Writing Arts at Rowan University. His research interests focus on the theory and history of rhetorical pedagogies, and he has published articles in journals in the field of rhetoric and writing studies, including Rhetoric Review (2013), and JAC: Rhetoric, Writing, Culture, Politics (2012). He also contributed a chapter to the edited collection Disrupting Pedagogies in the Knowledge Society (2011).