Martin Heidegger düşüncesinde hakikat-zaman ilişkisi
Our study aims to establish the relationship between Heidegger's understanding of truth and temporality. Every project of truth is based on a conception of time, explicitly or not. In Heidegger's thought, the concept of truth is as important as the concept of being and has an ontological meaning beyond epistemology. The concept that the philosopher uses for truth is aletheia / Unverborgenheit and means disclosure. Heidegger says that truth as the correspondence that all theories of truth cannot pass without going through is possible only on this ground of disclosure, primarily in the sense of aletheia. With this attitude, he does not deny the truth as correspondence, but thinks he narrows the more primitive and rich revelation of the world to propositions. This study argues that the conception of truth in the sense of correspondence is possible only the aletheia as dizclosure. Heidegger argue that time infiltrating into human everyday life as a series of present derives from an ecstatic temporality characterized by the transitional structure of past, future and present. In our work, we argue that Heidegger's understanding of truth, which is determined as aletheia, is rooted in the ecstatic temporality he call original time, and the truth in the sense of correspondence is possible in the traditional imagination of time, which is a flattening of ecstatic temporality and which extends forever in the succession of the present.