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Subject: Re: phenomenology of religion
Date: Tue, 22 May 2001 20:01:55 +0200


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phenomenology of religionGA60 consists of three parts:

1. Introduction to the phenomenology of religion
2. Augustinus and Neoplatonism
3. The philosophical fundaments of mediaeval mysticism.

In the second part of the "Introduction to the phenomenology of religion" Heidegger gives a "phenomenological explication of concrete religious phenomena in relation to letters of Paul".
He starts with Paul's letter to the Galatians and continues with the two letters to the Thessalonians.

After an introduction to Paul's letter to the Galatians and some remarks he describes Paul's "basic attitude". He then continues with a phenomenology of "Verstehen", religion and the history of religion, the fundamentals of the first origins of Christian religiosity. the phenomenology of homily (Verkuendigung), the fore-conception (Vorgriff) of observation (Betrachtung), and the scheme (Schema) of phenomenological explanation.  

His observations about the first letter to the Theasalonicians starts with methodical problems, the "situation", the "having become" (Gewordensein) of the Thessalonians, and the expectation of the Parousia.

In his treatment of the second letter Heidegger speaks again about the Parousia, the preaching of the Anti-Christ, dogma and "Vollzugszusammenhang".

He continues with a description of factual life experience and preaching, original Christian religiosity, Christian facticity and "Volzugzusammenhang" as 'knowledge".

Henk

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  From: allen scult
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  I wonder if anyone has any information on a 1920 lecture course entitled    Ph=E4nomenologie des religi=F6sen Lebens.  I understand that might be the only place where Heidegger actually does some Scriptural exegesis in the context of a discussion of hermeneutics.


  Thanks,


  Allen

  Professor Allen Scult                                   Dept. of Philosophy
  HOMEPAGE: " Heidegger on Rhetoric and Hermeneutics":         Drake University
  http://www.multimedia2.drake.edu/s/scult/scult.html             Des Moines, Iowa 50311
  PHONE: 515 271 2869
  FAX: 515 271 3826

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phenomenology of religion
GA60 consists of three parts:
 
1. Introduction to the phenomenology of religion
2. Augustinus and Neoplatonism
3. The philosophical fundaments of mediaeval mysticism.
 
In the second part of the "Introduction to the phenomenology of religion" Heidegger gives a "phenomenological explication of concrete religious phenomena in relation to letters of Paul".
He starts with Paul's letter to the Galatians and continues with the two letters to the Thessalonians.
 
After an introduction to Paul's letter to the Galatians and some remarks he describes Paul's "basic attitude". He then continues with a phenomenology of "Verstehen", religion and the history of religion, the fundamentals of the first origins of Christian religiosity. the phenomenology of homily (Verkuendigung), the fore-conception (Vorgriff) of observation (Betrachtung), and the scheme (Schema) of phenomenological explanation.   
 
His observations about the first letter to the Theasalonicians starts with methodical problems, the "situation", the "having become" (Gewordensein) of the Thessalonians, and the expectation of the Parousia.
 
In his treatment of the second letter Heidegger speaks again about the Parousia, the preaching of the Anti-Christ, dogma and "Vollzugszusammenhang".
 
He continues with a description of factual life experience and preaching, original Christian religiosity, Christian facticity and "Volzugzusammenhang" as 'knowledge".
 
Henk 
 
----- Original Message -----
From: allen scult
To: heidegger-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu
Sent: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 4:07 PM
Subject: phenomenology of religion

I wonder if anyone has any information on a 1920 lecture course entitled    Ph=E4nomenologie des religi=F6sen Lebens.  I understand that might be the only place where Heidegger actually does some Scriptural exegesis in the context of a discussion of hermeneutics.

Thanks,

Allen
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Professor Allen Scult                                   Dept. of Philosophy
HOMEPAGE: " Heidegger on Rhetoric and Hermeneutics":         Drake University
http://www.multimedia2.drake.edu/s/scult/scult.html             Des Moines, Iowa 50311
PHONE: 515 271 2869
FAX: 515 271 3826
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