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The influence of Augustine on Heidegger; the emergence of an Augustinian phenomenology.


The influence of Augustine on Heidegger; the emergence of an Augustinian phenomenology.

Ed. by Craig J.N. de Paulo.

Edwin Mellen Pr.


331 pages




Scholars of religion and philosophy explore the influence of the Christian theologian Augustine (354-430) on the thought of German phenomenologist Martin Heidegger (1889-1967). Their topics include fear of death in the thought of Augustine of Hippo, the phenomenological reformation in Heidegger's early Augustine lectures, and following Heidegger's footnotes to Augustine on Timor Castus and Servilis.

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