CRITIQUE OF THE MODERN SUBJECT FR OM HEIDE GGER AND OPENING UP TO THE PROBLEM OF GOD
Keywords:Heidegger, Modern Subject, Philosophical Anthropology, Theological Anthropology
In this work one presents the critique that Heidegger realizes to the modern subject, based on three texts (Being and Time, Letter on Humanism, and Time and Being), and in his place it raises a vision of the man from the categories of ‘openness’, ‘manifestation’
and ‘ to be given of the being ‘ to conclude with a possible theological interpretation of Heidegger’s theological vision that allows a new anthropological vision of non essentialist type.
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