Metaphysics of presence

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Metaphysics of presence (German: Metaphysik der Anwesenheit) is a view held by Martin Heidegger in Being and Time that holds the entire history of Western philosophy is based on privileging presence over absence.[1][2]


  1. ^, Presence and Absence
  2. ^ "Deconstruction | Definition, Philosophy, Theory, Examples, & Facts".