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Can dasein repeat without a time or is dasein necessarily in time. I recall that dasein is structured by care, but not if that always involves times

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    Is there a particular text or quote from Heidegger that helps to add context? Perhaps none is needed. Regardless, welcome to this SE! – Frank Hubeny Oct 13 '18 at 11:45
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    You are right there is an idea of "repeat". Here is something on "repetition". 3. Dasein and Temporality. "Dasein comports itself to the future by always coming back to its past". And key: "It is a movement through a world as a space of possibilities. The going back to the possibilities that have been in the moment of throwness..." This makes Dasein authentically historical. But still Dasein always carries death with it. There is a limit to this "going back". iep.utm.edu/heidegge/#H3 – Gordon Oct 13 '18 at 22:03
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    I took my answer down so you could await a better answer. I still think you have to hold the above in your head while considering also Being-toward-Death. Heideggerian Terminology. As stated, there are limits to this repitition-throwness-resolution, and this is death. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heideggerian_terminology Also, again Werner Brock who gives a bigger picture of Heidegger's project in Being and Time. He covers other German philosophers also. archive.org/details/introductiontoco00broc/page/108 – Gordon Oct 13 '18 at 22:37
  • Welcome to Phil.SE! Please provide more context to your question, as currently it presents a question that's too vague, and general, to be properly answered. – Yechiam Weiss Oct 14 '18 at 21:40

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