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  • He gives an example with the term aletheia, which in Greek means truth.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • As well, when we are open to hearing the way in which Martin Heidegger discloses to us in the word aletheia the play of truth, we rediscover a secret to which truth has always initiated her lovers, and through which they learn that it is in hiding that she offers herself to them most truly.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Omega is not the last letter of the word aletheia (truth), as Thaw is of the word Emeth.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • His thought is now enacted in a region appropriation addresses as 'aletheia', that is, the clearing of self-revealing concealment from which the relationship between Being and being-there is thought in a more original way.

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  • Well, then, let me ask about the greatest and noblest, such as aletheia (truth) and pseudos (falsehood) and on (being), not forgetting to enquire why the word onoma (name), which is the theme of our discussion, has this name of onoma.

    The CRATYLUS

  • HERMOGENES: Well, then, let me ask about the greatest and noblest, such as aletheia (truth) and pseudos (falsehood) and on (being), not forgetting to enquire why the word onoma (name), which is the theme of our discussion, has this name of onoma.

    Cratylus

  • By contrast, Greek truth, aletheia, as Faur states, is context-free and therefore universally valid; it 'un-veils' and 'dis-covers' the evident.

    David Shasha: Monolingualism, Scriptural Translation and the Problem of Western Civilization

  • Being must be linked with the primordial meaning or aletheia.

    enowning

  • In his later thinking, Heidegger will explore the concept of nature through the Greek "physis," exhibiting "physis" as standing in intimate relation to "aletheia" — nature, in this primordial sense, itself appears as a mode of the concealing/revealing of being.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Jeff Malpas on the entanglement of aletheia and physis.

    Archive 2009-03-01

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