Início e começo em Heidegger e Boeder: Do pensar da história do ser ao pensar logotectónico
Heidegger occupies a special place within the logotectonic edifice. Determined by "Sein" (Being) or the "Sache" (topic) and not by thinking itself, Heidegger's thought presents itself as the "end of philosophy", which is the completion of what Boeder calls modernity (Moderne). However, in view of Heidegger's transition from fundamental ontology to the history of Being, it is also possible to regard Boeder's logotectonic as a response to, and perhaps even as demanded by, the intrinsic movement of Heidegger's thinking. This would mean that Heidegger's Besinnung plays a role not only inside but also outside the logotectonic, namely, as the thought in confrontation with which logotectonic thinking can appear.