21. Being the rational animal, man must be capable of thinking if he really wants to. Still, it may be that man wants to think, but cannot.”
22. Every questioning is a seeking. Every seeking takes its direction beforehand from what is sought. Questioning is a knowing search for beings in their thatness and whatness.”
23. In its essence, language is not the utterance of an organism; nor is it the expression of a living thing. Nor can it ever be thought in an essentially correct way in terms of its symbolic character, perhaps not even in terms of the character of signification. Language is the clearing-concealing advent of Being itself.”
24. “What was Aristotle’s life’ Well, the answer lay in a single sentence He was born, he thought, he died.’ And all the rest is pure anecdote.
25. He who thinks great thoughts often makes great errors