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A Fateful Impersonality in Heidegger's Thinking

Author(s): Ivan Kozhuharov
Subject(s): Philosophy
Published by: Институтът по философия и социология при БАН
Keywords: personality; nature; existence

Summary/Abstract: Heidegger does not directly go into the Orthodox theology. He refers indeed to St. Dionisius Areopagitus, cites Dostoevsky extensively, but the interests, issues and fundamentals of his thought are out of the principles of the Orthodox subjects. and this is natural: not only because he was born and has grown up in a family of old-catholics (although the old-catholics are the closest ones to Orthodoxy among the different formations in the catholicism), and not only because at he jesuistical college students are not used to a benevolent curiosity towards the non-catholic confessions. It is also not only because of the characteristic of his thinking to avoid and destruct the metaphysical theories which conceal the existence: according to Heidegger, one of these theories is Christianity.

  • Issue Year: XVI/2007
  • Issue No: 2-3
  • Page Range: 66-80
  • Page Count: 15
  • Language: Bulgarian