The contribution examines the Heideggerian notion of oblivion/forgetfulness in the period between the publication of Being and Time and the last Freiburg course (1927-1944). In the economy of a 'transition' from the ontological-fundamental perspective to the ontohistorical one, the essay tries to highlighting the developments and uncertainties within the crucial Heideggerian reference to the ‘constellation’ of oblivion/forgetfulness. The resulting ‘stratigraphy’ is also conceived as a premise for the analysis of oblivion/forgetfulness in Heideggerian writings of the second postwar period (1946-1969), in which such a theme will undergo important transformations, which will be the subject of a subsequent study.
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