THE BEING-THERE-STILL The Martin Heidegger's existentialist philosophy is based on the concept of dasein or being-there. For Heidegger the dasein is time, existence. The dasein refers to the present. While the dasein-noch or being-there-still refers to the duration. In the duration we identified two sequential moments that determine an interval. When we exclaim in front of an object It's still there! we are using our sense of duration that is the chromnesia. Time indicates how long is the interval. For Henri Bergson duration is a quality of consciousness. He rejected the mathematical time. Bergson did not relate the tangible becoming with time. For Bergson duration is a subjective becoming. In Spanish, being-there-still is ser-ahí-todavía.