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3) Already this echoes Bachelard’s oneirism and the move beyond physical manifestation and geometrical form. Sebald is about to encounter specific realities. While apparently giving an account of his holiday Sebald uses the occasions and locations of this period to dwell on the places he visits and to gain access to their deeper meanings and significances. In effect he gives us a circumstantial account of the places and buildings he sees and generates a phenomenologically rich account of them. In this way he penetrates into the being of places in ways that are both diverting and yet which illuminate their existence beyond the purely physical.
The fascination that the work of the artists of the Dutch Republic produced, and continues to produce, through their almost uncanny rendering of the everyday world has certainly stood the test of time, and exhibitions of their work still command great attention and attract huge crowds. They were no doubt great artists and they have left their mark on the world. However I am here not primarily concerned with what might be termed art theory. I leave speculation about the history and effect of art to those more closely versed in this kind of work.
Not only is the writer able to see this original world, even though it has been unconsidered and not at all theoretically discovered, but Rilke understands the philosophical content of the concept of life. 173) Heidegger is here applauding the immediacy of Rilke’s account of the wall of the mostly demolished house and gives this immediacy philosophical significance in terms of the ways that we understand our own selves when he says, Self-understanding of the everyday Dasein depends not so much on the extent and penetration of our knowledge of things as such as on the immediacy and originality of being-in-the-world.