Existential Scepticism and Christian Life in the Early HeideggerThe Heythrop Journal (2004)
I would like to claim here, in opposition to other commentators,that it is sufﬁciently evident that throughout the early 1920’s Heideggerascribed to Christian life and, to some extent, Christian theology, an authenticity that he thought absent from ancient Greek philosophy.
*At the time of publication Brian Elliott was affililated with University College, Dublin
Publication DateJune, 2004
Citation InformationElliott, B. (2004), Existential Scepticism and Christian Life in Early Heidegger. The Heythrop Journal, 45: 273–289. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2265.2004.t01-1-00255.x