A presentation of an argument in Chapter Three of Heidegger's Being and Time in syllogistic form with premises and conclusions clearly labeled. Also, what would be a response to this argument in 300-500 words discussing what follows from the premises, and a statement of the argument's validity. NB: Includes quotes from the text.
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“Dasein’s facticity is such that its Being-in-the-world has always dispersed [zestreut] itself or even split itself up into definite ways of Being-in. The multiplicity of these is indicated by the following examples: having to do with something, producing something, attending to something and looking after it, making use of something, giving something up and letting it go, undertaking, accomplishing, evincing, interrogating, considering, discussing, determining...