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kommen / vorkommen / Vorkommnis

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(verbe substantivé). Réservé aux choses, aux vécus, aux événements, ce verbe (n.p.c. geschehen  , zukommen  ) est pratiquement l’ant. d’« exister ». (Martineau  )

“Kommen” and its derivatives. As in the above passage, Heidegger uses kommen (“to come”) and compound verbs formed from it (e.g., Vorkommen [”to come forth]) for the above-mentioned purpose, and they have accordingly been rendered with “to come” when possible. The phrase es kommt (ihm) auf  . .. an is at times employed both (1) in its normal meaning of “what is at issue (for it)” or “what it is all about” and (2) in its more literal meaning of “what it all comes to (for it, in it).” In these cases, both above translations have been used when possible. Zukunft, which literally means a “coming toward,” had to be rendered conventionally as “future.” “To come” has also been used in my translation of the neologism Demnächst (“initial givens soon to come”) which occurs in §18. [Buren  , nota 1 GA63  ]