NotaBene .

On the originality of the origin in the original (a Heidegger fugue)

The text elaborates on the Heideggers ek-sistential idea of the origin as an alternative of the philosophical demands for principles and consistent systematic expositions. The contraposition is exercised as a cognitive and hermeneutic confrontation between the formal-rational and historical-being thinking. The first is a millennial metaphysical tradition. The second is a Heideggers design rooted into the truth of Seyn. The hermeneutic interplay of the two origins has a phenomenological fugue structure which grows on the destruction of the corps of the European metaphysics. The fugue starts with a clear exposition, the counterpoints gradually intertwine in a multiple intermedia and finally the polyphony culminates in silence. As though philosophy listens to the picture of Edvard Munch The Scream and construes its sense in the language of its hues.
Key words: Heidegger, origin, Seyn, historical-being thinking, fugue, silence.