'Being towards death' : Heidegger and the Orthodox theology of the East / Sylvie Avakian.  (Text) (Text)

Avakian, Sylvie
Call no.: B3279.H49 A93 2021Series: Theologische Bibliothek Topelmann: v. 191.Publication: Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, c2021Description: xiv, 331 pISBN: 3110705338 (hardcover); 9783110705331 (hardcover)Subject(s): Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976Berdiaev, Nikolai, 1874-1948Orthodox Eastern Church -- TheologyDeath -- Religious aspectsLOC classification: B3279.H49 | A93 2021
Contents:Introduction -- Openness to the mystery -- The human reality : its worldliness and trascendence -- The human spirit and the divine -- Christianity as authenticity -- Temporality and eternity -- Conclusion.
Summary: "The present work finds in Heidegger's 'being towards death' the basis for theological-philosophical thinking. Only the one who embraces 'being towards death' has the courage to think and poetize. This thinking, in turn, makes 'being towards death' possible, and in this circular movement of thinking and being the mystery of being reveals itself and yet remains hidden. In other words, the work describes the human resonse to the divine gift that precedes every human initiation"-- Back Cover.
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Introduction -- Openness to the mystery -- The human reality : its worldliness and trascendence -- The human spirit and the divine -- Christianity as authenticity -- Temporality and eternity -- Conclusion.

"The present work finds in Heidegger's 'being towards death' the basis for theological-philosophical thinking. Only the one who embraces 'being towards death' has the courage to think and poetize. This thinking, in turn, makes 'being towards death' possible, and in this circular movement of thinking and being the mystery of being reveals itself and yet remains hidden. In other words, the work describes the human resonse to the divine gift that precedes every human initiation"-- Back Cover.

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