M. Heidegger's scientific contributions

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... Any such argument would be fallacious if the concept of being were used for God and creatures with different meanings (ibid, 161). Heidegger (1959) in his fundamental ontology, wherein "he investigates the meaning of being and the history of man's understanding of being," casts aspersion on traditional metaphysics, on the ground of forgetting Being or rendering Being into oblivion. He therefore thought it necessary to reinvestigate the nature of being blurred and neglected by traditional or western metaphysics. ...