Revealability


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Re`veal`a`bil´i`ty


n.1.The quality or state of being revealable; revealableness.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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mediatization and the technology it entails form the condition of possibility for all revelation--for its revealability, so to speak.
In Bradley's neat formula, Heidegger's philosophy is 'less [about] the technologisation of phusis than the ontological "naturalisation" of technology' (p75), and the question becomes once again that of antecedence versus retroactive constitution, of the kind which, although Bradley does not mention it (as opposed to the ontico-ontological difference, pp81, 85), Derrida asks of Heidegger in 'Geschlecht I' in relation to primacy about the division between ontological and sexual difference: (1) can such a structural ontologisation of technics proceed without recognising a prior given ontics of matter that legitimates its foundations and revealability (p81; p177, n.
Marion's rejection of the constituting 'T' and its horizon forms the very condition for our being able to recognize revelation, and not be stalled by the question of what Derrida called "revealability." For all Marion's rapprochement with Aquinas in "Thomas Aquinas and Onto-Theo-logy," his correction of a wayward impulse in God without Being, the theology he opens up for us today is not a conjunction of natural and revealed theology (see "Thomas Aquinas and Onto-theo-logy," 38-74).