From this subjective conception of the verb to be, Heidegger can easily show that fundamentally be based on time, that is to say on the human ability to project over time (hence the title of the the book Being and Time). Indeed, the perception of an object based on its projection in time. For example, collect a pencil or a cube that is how he will react if I do this or that trade with: know that it is hard is knowing that resist pressure; know it is green is that it appears as if I look, etc.. More generally, understanding a being as this or that, for example, a stone hammer as it is inserted into a project, the project is certain possibilities of Dasein and the being.
We have the new Reich and the university that is to receive its tasks from the Reich’s will to existence. There is revolution in Germany, and we must ask ourselves: Is there revolution at the university as well? No. The battle still consists of skirmishes. So far, a breakthrough has only been achieved on one front: because new life is being educated ("durch die Bildung neuen Lebens") in the work camp and educational association ("Erziehungsverband") as well as at the university, the latter has been relieved of educational tasks to which it has till now believed it had an exclusive right.
An article on Monday about the publication of notebooks of the philosopher Martin Heidegger that shed new light on his Nazi beliefs misstated the title of Emmanuel Faye’s book on Heidegger and Nazism. It is “Heidegger: The Introduction of Nazism Into Philosophy,” not “Heidegger: The Injection of Nazism Into Philosophy.” And because of an editing error, the article referred imprecisely to the dates of a seminar from which student notes showed Heidegger speaking of “Semitic nomads” who will never understand the nature of “our German space.” It ran from 1933 to 1934, not “in 1933 or 1934.”