apprehensibility


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As Heidegger notes, apprehensibility is 'an inauthentic attunement' and 'harmful [abtraglich] to Dasein's factical potentiality-for-Being' (SZ 341).
Light is 'first experience', or the condition of the apprehensibility of sensibility".
It differs from the "natural" object, what I would call the "occasional" object, in the inherent apprehensibility of the values to which it owes its existence.