عنوان مقاله [English]
Abstract: undoubtedly, Heraclitus and Parmenides are permanent sources of Heidegger's thought. What has given these two a special place in Heidegger's thought is Heidegger's special conception of the original wisdom of the two and the role of their thinking in opening another path in thought. According to Heidegger making effort to find other beginnings for thought, beginnings which, unlike the conventional beginning of metaphysical history, do not lead to subject-object formulation, is the most urgent task in advancing original thought. In his view, the unattainable nature of the thinking of these thinkers, contrary to Aristotle's picked opinion, is not due to their stuttering and inexperience. Rather, it is because the beginning in its originality has become more apparent than anywhere else in the thoughts of these thinkers. In the interim, According to Heidegger Logos of Heraclitus has a privileged situation. Thus, the correct interpretation of the Logos of Heraclitus reveals to us aspects of the original beginning of thought. In this article, we go along with Heidegger's interpretation of this fundamental concept of Heraclitus' thought in order to get closer to this fundamental research question: What is the place of the Logos in Heraclitus' thought and how can it be prologue of another beginning?