of the fourfold is the fouring. But the fouring does not come about in such a way that it encompasses the four and only afterward is added to them as that compass. Nor does the fouring exhaust itself in this, that the four, once they are there, stand side by side singly. (121)
27 January 2011 ~ Hamilton
Heidegger, Martin. “The Thing.” The Object Reader. Eds Fiona Candlin and Raiford Guins. London and New York: Routledge, 2009. 113-123. Print.