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El significado de la "Fenomenología de la vida religiosa" (1920/21) de Heidegger para la cuestión de Dios

Raúl Kerbs
Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
T. 59, Fasc. 4, A Herança de Heidegger: Heidegger's Heritage (Oct. - Dec., 2003), pp. 1079-1099
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40337787
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El significado de la "Fenomenología de la vida religiosa" (1920/21) de Heidegger para la cuestión de Dios
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Abstract

Na sua Fenomenologia da vida religiosa de 1920/21 Heidegger explicita a compreensão originária da temporalidade que encontra na experiência fáctica da vida do cristianismo primitivo tal como aparece nas Cartas de S. Paulo aos Tessalonicenses e Gálatas. Essa explicitação permite a Heidegger reinterpretar a ontologia a partir do horizonte da compreensão temporal da existência humana. Esta reinterpretação apoia-se implicitametne numa nova compreensão do ser de Deus que Heidegger não tematiza, mas que é exigida pela interpretação fenomenológica da existência humana realizada a partir do texto bíblico. O presente artigo pretende ainda mostrar até que ponto a postura heideggeriana da fenomenologia da religião deixa como desafio a reinterpretação do ser de Deus a partir do horizonte de compreensão determinado pela concepção analógica da temporalidade pressuposta pelo texto bíblico como discurso que fala da ordem fenoménica em que Deus se manifesta. /// In his Phenomenology of Religious Life from 1920/21 Heidegger explains the original understanding of temporality he finds in the factical life of primal Christianity as it is referred to in some letters of Saint Paul. This explanation allows Heidegger to put forward a new interpretation of ontology from the horizon of temporal understanding of human being. However, this new ontological interpretation implicitly rests on a new understanding of God's being, which Heidegger does not explicitly address as it is required by his own phenomenological interpretation of human being'obtained from the biblical text. Purpose of the present paper is also to show that Heidegger's phenomenological approach to religion challenges us to develop a new understanding of God's being from the horizon provided by an analogical comprehension of temporality presupposed in the biblical text when it is read as a discourse on the phenomenological realm where God appears.

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