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Heidegger and Theology.
London u. a.: T & T Clark (Bloomsbury) 2014. 256 S. = Philosophy and Theology. Kart. £ 16,99. ISBN 978-0-567-03376-5.
Eric E. Hall
In this dense but easily-readable and well-researched book, Judith Wolfe successfully attempts to unfold the theological underpinnings, rejections, and conversations in which Heidegger engaged throughout his life. Her approach is grounded not only in tradi-tional Heideggerian texts, the names of which every Heidegger scholar knows, but also in the newly emergent private texts, notes, and correspondences of Heidegger. W. successfully paints a picture of a philosopher who, while certainly not in any manner an orthodox theological thinker, struggles and wrestles over and over again with theological themes and insights—who constantly »returns to the ground« of his Catholicism especially
Three points in this journey especially stick out in this book. First, many have attempted to ...
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