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From the beginning of the film, we are explicitly told that she has a problem with "bed wetting", which I read as a symbol for both the fear of Dasein's everydayness as a they-self where the world of the they is becoming increasingly burdensome, and more obviously for the catastrophic events of the film.
Yet these times are not merely routine; they are the "unrepeatable routine" of everydayness in its generality, thanks to their aesthetic representation: they are not merely banal moments, they are aesthetic banal moments, they are moments and times of two movies.
Heidegger in average everydayness emphasizes on Dasein as something involved in in its world not as something separated from it.
At first glance, everydayness appears quite simple.
One of the ways to see the uniqueness of the Wall is to take a closer look at the everydayness of the place, the practices that are performed here day by day.
Double Rainbow Song turns a home video of an extravagant person into a creative work that has no traditionally acknowledged creative value; but it transforms the everydayness into a humoristic interpretation, and in that sense the autotune is an explicit case of Vernacular Creativity by sharing the funny anecdotes of everyday life.
Nominated by local residents living near Bank Street, the objects comprising this public space were purchased and imported from their respective countries for the exhibition-a reflection of how seemingly mundane elements of urban everydayness can serve as powerful triggers of cultural memory.
He thought the ordinariness of everydayness was essential to try to grasp analytically because it was "constantly overlooked in its ontological significance" and yet inherently inescapable as a constant of our existence.
There one could tease out the thread of Michel de Certeau's urban and pedestrian everyday; Henry Lefebvre's Marxist critique of the routines of everyday life; and, on the other hand, Rita Felski's impatience with the dismissal of routine and with the glorification of the aleatory and indeterminate; her call to recognize that everyday life may include a desire for the security of ritual; and the invitation to "look afresh at the relentless insistence that everything be made strange," to circumvent the imperative that "the very everydayness of the everyday must be overcome for its radical potential to be realized" (612, 610).
The context of everydayness exists in and by the tension between being and nothingness.