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Which God will save us? Jewish receptions of Martin Heidegger's philosophy

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To date, scholars addressing the theme of Martin Heidegger and religion have most often examined his roots in, and impact on, Christianity. With respect to Heidegger and Judaism, critical literature has almost exclusively taken a common perspective: it discusses Heidegger’s view of Jews and the question of his antisemitism and Nazism. The present doctorate dissertation explores Jewish receptions of Heidegger’s philosophy, claiming that from immediately after the publication of Sein und...

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University of Oxford

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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