The Indifference of Being. Parmenides, Heidegger and Severino
Parmenides represents the meeting point and conï¬‚ict between two perspectives, the Heideggerian and the Severinian one. The return of Heidegger and Severino to Parmenides helps to evoke a being who does not differ and establishes the welcoming space of ontological transit. The circumstance therefore aligns Heidegger with Severino's attempt to conceive being without being, that is, being without difference, in the direction of the indifferent. Here, however, Heidegger's and Severino's path would seem to diverge - Severino is convinced of this. The paper aims to introduce the essential elements to start this comparison.