Heidegger’s question about «what distinguishes each “truth” as “truth”» can be answered by saying that there are two types of event which are meaningful. There is the individual event, which is unique, unrepeatable and which indicates the happening; then there is the regular event, which attests the immutability of the being. But their nature is different: what repeats itself on a regular basis is considered normal, in a certain sense it is not an event, it does not become; it might appear as a linear movement. But every time that history attests its unpredictability, interruptions and fragments, breaks and ruins, it finds itself at a crossroads and the truth has to confront with sense even in slow, imperceptible transformations.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] On the truth that happens.|
|Title of host publication||L'essere che è, l'essere che accade. Percorsi teoretici in filosofia morale in onore di Francesco Totaro|
|Editors||Carla Danani, Benedetta Giovanola, Maria Letizia Perri, Daniela Verducci|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Name||Metafisica e storia della metafisica|