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Mood: being attuned in the world

Moods are real and observable. Mood is also an important ontological phenomenon. If we ignore moods or treat them as mere psychological emotions or physiological sensations we miss the profound impact they have for human existence.

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Talk / Discourse / Distinguishing

Talk is the ability to enunciate distinctions. Talk is one of the three existential components of the ‘there’. The others are understanding and mood (disposedness.) Talk is the articulation of intelligibility. The intelligibility of being-in-the-world expresses itself as talk. Talk is … Continue reading

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