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Title: Dose heidegger stand for a theological philosophy or a philosophical theology? In comparison with Husserl's and Arendt's position
Authors: Wang, Wen-Sheng
Contributors: 哲學系
Keywords: 海德格;胡塞爾;鄂蘭;現象學;神學;驚訝;離逸;隱喻;圖像
Date: 2011-03
Issue Date: 2015-06-22 15:56:43 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This article at first explains some possible meanings of philosophical theology, represented by Edmund Husserl's and Hannah Arendt's philosophy: Husserl lays the foundation of the significance of Christianity in the Greek philosophy, and bases this consideration in the attunement of surprise as the begin of philosophy; Arendt secularizes Christianity in philosophy, and realizes this idea in her understanding of the metaphor language as philosophical language. The article then proposes a possibility of the image language in the Western philosophy, and from this point of view understands a non philosophical theology. Lastly, the article, based on the attunement of evasion and image language in Heidegger's philosophy, interprets his philosophy as a kind of theological philosophy.
Relation: Universitas, 38(3), 75-93
Data Type: article
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