chapter  3
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Nothing, emptiness, and the clearing

We shall trace Heidegger’s lines of thinking primarily through formulations that he himself chose with careful consideration. We shall thereby find that to clarify the path of his thinking (Denkweg) he elucidates certain major ideas repeatedly, and in an especially striking way in his later texts, thus interpreting his own work.52 One should therefore pay close attention to these characteristic elucidations of his major ideas.