“Being-in-the-world” (In-der-Welt-sein) is the term of art coined by Martin Heidegger in his 1927 magnum opus, Being and Time, to describe the kind of existence specific to us, namely human beings, whom he calls Dasein (an otherwise ordinary German word meaning “being” or ...

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