unconcealing

unconcealing

(ˌʌnkənˈsiːlɪŋ)
adj
not concealing or hiding anything; revealing
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For Heidegger, our everyday notion of truth does depend on a clearing or what can be called a conceptual framework; so too it depends on an unconcealing function performed by humans.
The consequence of adhering to a correspondence idea of truth is that we ignore the fact that the unconcealing of a world, a clearing, has opened up in the first place, in which things and phenomena show up as whatever they are.
Technology is a mode of unconcealing, but it is not the only possible one, and its domination of human consciousness blinds us to other modes of unconcealing that would, or could, reveal other kinds of truth.
Without unconcealing and involving these fundamental beliefs, it is difficult to change the purposes for education that students hold.
Wollstonecraft's sentiments are still well worth unconcealing today.
He is thus in a relational connection to the subject, unconcealing it for his contemporary audience.
Sifting her way through difficult and obscure formulations of the "open," "the strife between concealing and unconcealing," the distinction between what may be called relative nihilism and absolute nihilism, Heidegger's quarrel with Rilke's image of "the open" as infinite, and the theme of the "presencing of the clearing for self-concealing" in the as yet untranslated work Beitrage, Stainbaugh offers running commentary, exposition, and interpretation on texts that are both unique and strange.