Heidegger lettore di Agostino: verso un’ermeneutica della fatticità, attraverso l’esperienza della vita religiosa

  • Sophie-Jan Arrien Université Laval – Québec, Canada

Abstract

The aim of this article is to show how the young Heidegger, in his summer course of 1921, discovers in Augustine, while interpreting Book X of the Confessions, a proto-phenomenologist and hermeneuticist of the factical life (or facticity). We will show that Augustine’s description of Christian religious life offers Heidegger concrete material for the elaboration of his own indicative-formal interpretation of existence, itself subordinated to a strict “methodological atheism”.

Keywords: Angst, Augustine, Authenticity, Existentials, Formal Indication

 

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Pubblicato
2020-12-16
Come citare
Arrien, S.-J. (2020). Heidegger lettore di Agostino: verso un’ermeneutica della fatticità, attraverso l’esperienza della vita religiosa. Bollettino Filosofico, 35, 159-171. https://doi.org/10.6093/1593-7178/7445