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Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods ebook

by Ben Vedder


Heideggers Philosophy of Religion From God to the Gods. The presumption of this book is that in Heideggers philosophy there is a concept of religion in which truth is a given that moderates religions principal truth claims

Heideggers Philosophy of Religion From God to the Gods. Duquesne University Press Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The presumption of this book is that in Heideggers philosophy there is a concept of religion in which truth is a given that moderates religions principal truth claims. From the beginning of Heideggers studies and lectures (from 1919 onward), his relationship to religion was a point of contention.

Description: Introduction; The Pre-Historical Heidegger; Heidegger and the Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy and Theology as Mortal Enemies; Aristotle's Ontology as Theology; The Ideal of a Causa Sui; Heidegger's Interpretation of the Word of Nietzsche: "God is Dead"; The Provisionality of a Passing Last God; Subjectivism or Humanism; A Phenomenology of the Holy; A Longing for the Coming of the Gods

Heidegger’s Philosophy of Religion From God to the Gods Ben Vedder Duquesne University Press . Vedder f1 i-viii 8/23/06 9:39 PM Page iv. Contents List of Abbreviations.

Vedder f1 i-viii 8/23/06 9:39 PM Page iv. 1 One, The Pre-Historical Heidegger. 11 Two, Heidegger and the Philosophy of Religion.

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Dutch philosopher Ben Vedder titled his book Heidegger’s Philosophy of Religion with the subtitle From God to the Gods. That development took place over a long period of H’s scholarship. Near the end, H expressed his views in terms of an activity that he identified as the Fourfold, one of whose dimensions was named the gods.

Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods ?. .Does the monochirality of life indicate supernatural creation? Let us give science a chance, as philosophy and religion have had thousands of years to come up with their answers. Keywords (Audience): General Public.

Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods ? By Ben Vedder. Don Cupitt, Is Nothing Sacred? The NonRealistic Philosophy of Religion. November 2003 · Conversations in Religion and Theology.

of religion, the book examines Heidegger’s philosophy of religion and its influence on the North American variety of the same.

In various texts, Martin Heidegger speaks of god and the gods, but the question of how exactly Heidegger's thought relates to theology and religion in a broad sense—and to God in a specific sense—remains unclear and in need of careful, philosophical excavation. Ben Vedder provides the first book-length study on Heidegger's relation to the philosophy of religion, offering greater accessibility into an area that continues to fascinate philosophers, theologians, and all those interested in the philosophy of religion. Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods deals intimately with hotly debated topics such as Heidegger's interpretation of Saint Paul, Nietzsche and the death of God, ontotheology, and Heidegger's discussion of the “last god,” taking into account the early, middle, and later texts of Heidegger. Significantly, Vedder draws heavily on Heidegger's The Phenomenology of Religious Life, long available in German, but only recently available to English readers. Vedder describes the tension between religion and philosophy, on the one hand, and religion and poetic expression, on the other. If we grasp religion completely from a philosophical point of view, we tend to neutralize it; but if we conceive it in a simply poetic way, we tend to be philosophically indifferent to it. Vedder demonstrates how Heidegger speaks a “poetry of religion,” a description of humanity's relationship to the divine, and why Heidegger's thinking is ultimately a theological thinking. Clearly written and comprehensive in scope, Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods represents a major step forward in Heidegger scholarship.
Heidegger's Philosophy of Religion: From God to the Gods ebook
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Ben Vedder
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