Heidegger’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.
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