On What Appears Heidegger and Severino in Concordia Discors
In this paper, I propose an analysis of the structural differences between Severino's and Heidegger's philosophies by addressing their two different answers to the question of what there is. The focus is thus on the characterisation of phenomenological immediacy, with particular attention to the problem of the plurality of subjects. I investigate the problem from both theoretical and historiographical perspectives, paying speciï¬c attention to the way in which Severino interpreted Heidegger's philosophy ever since his degree thesis Heidegger and Metaphysics (1950). The final aim is to understand - through comparison with Heidegger's position - how the language that testiï¬es to the truth of Being should deal with the language of others and, above all, of other philosophies.