In this week, we take a look at "Being-In-the-World as Being-With and Being A Self" in Heidegger's Being and Time. Here we find Heidegger's theory of intersubjectivity and his response to the problem of the Other. We find that in the everyday, ordinary sense, Dasein is in the world as Mitsein, Being-with Others in the negative modes of indifference or distantiality. As such, Dasein is not itself, but is dissolved in the world of "the They." It will take a call of conscience to bring Dasein out of its immersion in "the They" and to take responsibility for itself and its possibilities.
The Provocations of Existentialism - Part 2 of Our Discussion of Sartre's "Existentialism Is A Humanism"
Existential Angst & How Existence Precedes Essence in Jean-Paul Sartre's "Existentialism Is A Humanism"
But Would That Still Be Me? Anthony Appiah's Thought Experiment On The Meaphysics of Personal Identity