The Question of God in Heidegger's Phenomenology

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Northwestern University Press, 1990 - Philosophy - 326 pages
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Several philosophers have developed theological perspectives out of Heidegger's ontology. Yet the question of God in Heidegger's thought itself has never received full elucidation. In this revealing new study, George Kovacs poses the problem of analyzing the idea of God as a process of questioning and thus subjects Heidegger's phenomenological existentialism to a process of exposition Heidegger himself employed.
 

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Contents

Some Aspects of Heideggers Thinking
1
The Eclipse of the Problem of God
13
The Heideggerian Question about God
21
Conclusion
37
Christian Anthropology and Greek Ontology
54
The Other as an Existential
70
A Principle of Demythologization
80
The Structural Unity of Therebeing
92
The Indifference of the Questioning
147
A New Dimension of the Questioning
162
The Final Phase of the Questioning
172
Conclusion
190
The Task of Philosophy and Atheism
201
The Meaning of Transcendence
217
The Other
231
Conclusion
242

The Totality of Therebeing and the Ultimate
102
The Metaphysical Questioning
125
A Condition of Genuine Questioning
133
A Positive Evaluation
249
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