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Heidegger’s Eschatology

Heidegger's Eschatology by Judith WolfeHeidegger’s Eschatology is a ground-breaking study of the theological formation of the 20th century’s most influential philosopher, Martin Heidegger. Using a range of recently released original-language sources, the book argues for the influence, in particular, of the early-20th-century rediscovery of eschatology on Heidegger’s work, and re-reads his magnum opus, Being and Time, from that perspective.



Philosophical Quarterly
Journal of Theological Studies
New Blackfriars
Church of England Newspaper
Heythrop Journal
British Journal of the History of Philosophy
Reviews in Religion and Theology

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