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Buren (GA63:nota 36) – das Man

segunda-feira 29 de maio de 2023

In order to express the average, public, and anonymous manner of Dasein  ’s being-interpreted in the “today,” Heidegger coins the noun   das Man   from the indefinite pronoun man, which could be rendered as “one,” “everyone,” “they,” “people,” or even “it.” Man sagt. . . means “one says that . . .” everyone says that . . . “they say that . . . “people say that . . , or “it is said that. . . .” Likewise, das tut man nicht   means “one does not   do that,” “no one does that,” “they do not do that,” “people do not do that,” or “it is not done.” Das Man has been translated consistently in hyphenated form as “the every-one” in order to maintain its connection with Heidegger’s use in §§21-26 of the term man selbst   (“one-self”) to characterize the worldly formation of the self on the basis of the averageness, publicness, and anonymity of “the every-one” (see endnote 62). Since he usually uses man as a technical term throughout his course, “everyone” and “one” have been reserved for it.

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