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  1. Oct 2018
    1. Our existential analytic of Dasein, on the contrary, starts with the ‘concretion’ of factically thrown existence itself in order to unveil temporality as that which primordially makes such existence possible. ‘Spirit’ does not first fall into time, but it exists as the primordial temporalizing of temporality. Temporality temporalizes world-time, within the horizon of which ‘history’ can ‘appear’ as historizing within-time. ‘Spirit’ does not fall into time; but factical existence ‘falls’ as falling from primordial, authentic temporality.34 This ‘falling’ [“Fallen”], however, has itself its existential possibility in a mode of its temporalizing—a mode which belongs to temporality.

      Heidegger > Hegel: "‘Spirit’ does not first fall into time, but it exists as the primordial temporalizing of temporality." ||