Heidegger’s understanding of the relation between his ontological concept of ‘being-guilty’ and Luther’s theological concept of ‘sin’

ABSTRACTIn his 1927 lecture ‘Phenomenology and Theology’, Heidegger claims that philosophy is the formally indicative ontological co-direction [Mitleitung] of basic theological concepts. For this c...
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DOI 10.1080/21692327.2020.1728567
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