It is the moment of encounter and where the question that Heidegger sets is, "What is the way to transcend?
Then, the human being is the elderly adult Being in the world that presents itself to the phenomenon of aging, and which is already transcendence; that is, it is in the changes that it faces and chooses the possibility of being among the entities, or to understand itself as a plenitude, that allows him to continue to exist in the world and to enjoy said plenitude, the transcendence in Heidegger's view is the plenitude itself in the understanding of the Being.
What the Being is in temporality and historicity itself, is that which it has considered has allowed it, and which has passed as such in a linear time that is not of interest as of now, but rather the meaning of existence as such. The Being has not been prepared from birth to deal with aging, but those experiences to which it has given meaning are historically part of its temporality. The moment in which it is complete as transcendent in the stage of aging constitutes static temporality, because it has combined the ecstasy to be as it is.
The question then posed by philosophy is: how is it that the elderly adult is transcendent? Given this sense of the Being as a temporality in the world, then it is not understood that history is of entities, but the Being is historicity itself; not as an empty accumulation of existence in life, but as being integrated.
This historicity of the Being in relation to temporality itself is the manifestation of the understanding and of the Being itself as transcendent, this being a path to understanding the Having-Been 1. The plot, to call it some way, results only in the ontological question about the Being itself, being then the historicity of the elderly adult determined by the way in which to be transcendent in the aging phenomenon, and given the existence in aging in the elderly adult Being, this is what gives way to reason again that the Being is one with the world and the phenomena.
Aging does not appear first, followed by the Being, but the Being is in the aging; then the Being will be understood in its existence, not the existence in its aging.
The historicity then of the elderly adult Being belongs to itself, the very happening of the Being is its history, not in the sense as it is understood of accumulation, but as meaning it is also understanding as part of the Being. Existence as time of the elderly adult Being provides it with its very own possibility as a structural unit: the elderly adult Being understood as action, and as finite.
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The elderly adult in transcendence is an historical Being from the sense of temporality, for understanding itself results in an always open path of the Having-Been. In other words, being able to interpret its "past", being a way of accessing what it has been, the way in which it has existed, being that found in a present of his knowledge in the "historical Being" 1. And here, the two conductive threads of existence and metaphysics are tangled together, placing this question beyond the entity, being part of the nature of the Being, being a possibility as a decisive characteristic of the human being in which it is visualized and is sincere with himself, as well as asking about himself 1.
It is the struggle of life that is based on the experiences of the Having-Been and that must be determined at a starting point; that point is not unique, but is continuous and flowing, by being in the world the Being faces multiple possibilities that it must resolve, manifested in its very existence. That way of constituting the Being is existence itself, by which history makes the Being a historical Being, and focusing on that historical Being is how the phenomenon ends up unveiling.
That phenomenon of the Being as transcendent is revealed for the same historical realization of the Being's experience 5. In this way, Heidegger's perspective on the reason of the Being as transcendence occurs in the perspective of its temporality, its history being important as a consequence of it being in the world, not in accumulation of experiences. Since that which is signified by the Being is then understood and manifested in the Having-Been, hence ontology itself is the question about the elderly adult Being in its context of transcendent versus its own temporality, which can be unified in practical terms because of its historical character.
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For the discipline of nursing understood as care, it is necessary to approach the understanding of the elderly adult Being, since in reconciling the increase of the elderly at a global level, it becomes necessary to understand how that elderly adult has understood himself as a process of life itself aging. The stage of old age is but a part of the temporality of the elderly adult Being as finitude in its existence, and the awaiting of death 6.
Transcendence also denotes understanding, as we already mentioned throughout this reflection, but this understanding also denotes the ecstasy of the elderly adult Being. That ecstasy is the fullness of the temporality or the temporalities having been, present, becoming of the Being.
The transcendent elderly adult Being is the comprehension of the fuller adult being manifested by its temporal existence, expressed in the very language of the Being, and that which is the same historical being that manifests itself as it is in the world 7. Martin Heidegger's concepts can help nursing understand complex phenomena situated in people's life experiences; when told, these experiences can be the access to the person, which can be understood and can relate to care.
This is coupled with the increase of elderly adults in the world and the need to make them complete human beings, capable of living as full, autonomous, and self-giving "elderly adult Beings", facilitating the encounter with themselves, which is transcendence in a liberating expression 8.
The configuration of the transcendental adult Being opens the way for a deep exploration of the elderly adult Being in the sense that being transcendent finds meaning in what he experiences day by day, even in this stage of aging. From this point of the lived present and towards the understanding of what has been, as this will be reflected in a full elderly adult Being and in a satisfactory inner relationship that allows it to better live its aging. Being configured as a historical Being, part of other Beings in the world, would allow nursing to conceptualize care under this philosophical perspective oriented to promote the transcendence of the Being.
Existence and Being
The transcendent elderly adult Being is one who has managed to understand itself in the world that surrounds it, configuring the image of a complete elderly adult Being fully understanding the meaning of lived experiences, that is, its temporality. The climax is the conjunction between having been and how it is now configured, for it can be deepened in it as a historical Being historicity.
The study of Heidegger's philosophy and the adoption of his concepts for the nursing discipline opens the way to the very understanding of the human being, endows nursing with a broad perspective on who the Being is and how it is configured in the world. By accessing it, one could access the meanings of the experiences that form the Being until it reaches its own climax: its transcendence. This transcendence as understood and expressed in language can be a starting point for phenomenological exploration for the nursing discipline, since it is the supreme manifestation of the authenticity of the elderly adult.
Acknowledgment to the Universidad Federal de Santa Catarina for the opportunity to carry out the Research Internship I that allowed this manuscript. El Ser y el Tempo. Veritas [Internet]. Marcas do Caminho. Significado do cuidado no idoso de 80 anos ou mais. Rev Eletr Enf [Internet]. What more can his thinking do than to t endure in dread this fateful withdrawal while first of all facing up to the oblivion of Being? But how could thought achieve this as long as its fatefully granted dread seems to it no more than a mood of depression? What does such dread, which is fated by Being, have to do with psychology or psychoanalysis?
Suppose that the overcoming of metaphysics involved the endeavour to commence with a regard for the oblivion of Being the attempt to learn to develop such a regard, in order to experience this oblivion and to absorb this experience into the involvement of Being in man, and to preserve it there: then, in the distress of the oblivion of Being, the question "What is metaphysics?
Thus everything depends on this: that our thinking should become more thoughtful in its season. This is achieved when our thinking, instead of implementing a higher degree of exertion, is directed toward a different point of origin.
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The thinking which is posited by beings as such, and therefore representational and illuminating in that way, must be supplanted by a different kind of thinking which is brought to pass by Being itself and, therefore, responsive to Being. All attempts are futile which seek to make representational thinking which remains metaphysical, and only metaphysical, effective and useful for immediate action in everyday public life.
The more thoughtful our thinking becomes and the more adequate it is to the involvement of Being in it, the purer our thinking will stand eo ipso in the one action appropriate to it: recalling what is meant for it and thus, in a sense, what is already meant. But who still recalls what is meant? One makes inventions. To lead our thinking on the way on which it may find the involvement of the truth of Being in human nature, to open up a path for our thinking on which it may recall Being itself in its truth-to do that the thinking attempted in Being and Time is "on its way.
But how could this conjecture, which is experienced here, become an explicit question before every attempt had been made to liberate the determination of human nature from the concept of subjectivity and from the concept of the animal rationale? To characterise with a single term both the involvement of Being in human nature and the essential relation of man to the openness "there" of Being as such, the name of "being there [Dasein]" was chosen for that sphere of being in which man stands as man.
This term was employed, even though in metaphysics it is used interchangeably with existentia, actuality, reality, and objectivity, and although this metaphysical usage is further supported by the common [German] expression " menschliches Dasein. As if it were not the one and only thing at stake here: namely, to get men to think about the involvement of Being in human nature and thus, from our point of view, to present first of all an experience of human nature which may prove sufficient to direct our inquiry.
The term "being there" neither takes the place of the term "consciousness" nor does the "object" designated as "being there" take the place of what we think of when we speak of "consciousness. What the term "being there" means throughout the treatise on Being and Time is indicated immediately page 42 by its introductory key sentence: "The 'essence' of being there lies in its existence.
To be sure, in the language of metaphysics the word "existence" is a synonym of "being there": both refer to the reality of anything at all that is real, from God to a grain of sand. As long, therefore, as the quoted sentence is understood only superficially, the difficulty is merely transferred from one word to another, from "being there" to "existence.
Once "existence" is understood rightly, the "essence" of being there can be recalled: in its openness, Being itself manifests and conceals itself, yields itself and withdraws; at the same time, this truth of Being does not exhaust itself in being there, nor can it by any means simply be identified with it after the fashion of the metaphysical proposition: all objectivity is as such also subjectivity.
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The word designates a mode of Being; specifically, the Being of those beings who stand open for the openness of Being in which they stand, by standing it. This "standing it," this enduring, is experienced under the name of "care. The ecstatic essence of existence is therefore still understood inadequately as long as one thinks of it as merely "standing out," while interpreting the "out" as meaning "away from" the inside of an immanence of consciousness and spirit.
For in this manner, existence would still be understood in terms of "subjectivity" and "substance"; while, in fact, the "out" ought to be understood in terms of the openness of Being itself. The stasis of the ecstatic consists, strange as it may sound-in standing in the "out" and "there" of unconcealedness in which Being itself is present. What is meant by "existence" in the context of an inquiry that is prompted by, and directed toward, the truth of Being, can be most beautifully designated by the word "instancy [ Instandigkeit ]. The being that exists is man. Man alone exists.