releasement


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releasement

(rɪˈliːsmənt)
n
1. the act of releasing from confinement or responsibility
2. the removal or remission of something
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Heidegger lets go of a certain tension that marked his writing in the thirties and begins to move into thinking in terms of releasement.
Wherein is set foorth his extreame slaverie sustained many yeres togither, in the Gallies & wars of the great Turk against the Landes of Persia, Tartaria, Spaine, and Portugall, with the manner of his releasement, and comming into Englande in May last.
Heidegger and authenticity; from resoluteness to releasement.
Yet releasement toward things and openness to the mystery never happen of themselves.
William Baldwin's Spirit Releasement Therapy: A Technique Manual, published in 1995, was a watershed event for this movement.
A practical guide to spiritual releasement & spiritual clearings goes far beyond its call of duty when the author spiritually & psychically explores the dark and devious realm of the unknown to find answers to the hexes & hauntings she was currently experiencing in her own personal life.
In these fragments, the subject is guided by the releasement of self to a center to one's existence that it cannot control, because it does not lie within the subject, and so the subject is released to discover a being-claimed: ".
I am thinking here of Heidegger's work on/with boring durations, anxious questioning, 'formal indication' through hinting poetry, or teaching/learning through resolute releasement.
Both signify a deliverance from and a releasement toward, but their descriptions of the human problem and their prescriptions for its solution appear to differ radically.
My suggestion here is that a great part of the importance of the blues lies in just such a releasement of the elemental sonority of tone as such, and with it the opening up of new possibilities of sound and signification, and so a new world as "paths" of "simple and essential decision" (48), to use Heidegger's words, and new ways in which things can come forward and "matter" to us.