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C’est peut-être le terme « méthodique » le plus important, celui qui désigne la détermination phénoménologique proprement dite. Il est absolument impératif de le traduire ainsi — ou avec une force au moins égale — afin de prévenir sa réduction aux différents autres verbes, plus faibles ou plus véhiculaires, marqués d’un astérisque dans cet index — comme par exemple le suivant. [Martineau  ]

Cf. notamment Être et temps : § 17. Renvoi et signe., où H. parle le plus souvent de totalité ou de complexe de renvois : Verweisungsganze, Verweisungszusammenhang.


Terms formed from “weisen.” Anweisung, which also occurs in the above passage and derives from weisen (auf  ) (“to point [toward]”), has been translated, along with Weisung  , as “directive.” When in the above passage and elsewhere Heidegger speaks of a “directive,” he always means more precisely a directive which directs us “at the particular time,” in our historical “situation  ,” and in “our own research” toward and onto the “path” of concretely “researching,” “looking at,” and “interpreting” the be-ing of facticity in the ‘awhileness of its temporal   particularity.’ Though in the first part of his course (§6) he uses Verweis as a synonym of Anweisung and Weisung, it and the variant Verweisung are rendered as “reference,” since later in §11 he assigns Verweisung the specific meaning of the “reference” which characterizes the “expressive being” of “temporally particular” cultures and then in sections §§18, 24, and 26 assigns it the even more specific meaning of the “reference” which characterizes the “signifying” and “pointing” (Be-deuten) of things which are “there for a while” in everyday life. Weise normally means “manner” or “mode” in German, but Heidegger sometimes uses it in its literal meaning of “pointer” or “indicator.” In these cases, as in the above passage, I have used “way” as well as “pointing” when possible (cf. endnote 18). Elsewhere, “manner” or “mode” is employed. [Buren  , nota 1 GA63  ]