El horizonte temporal del "último Dios" en Heidegger


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The purpose of this paper is to show how Heidegger's interpretation of "the last god" must be thought together with his time's conception. In this way "the last god" is the most original because he comes from the dimension of the "proper time" of four dimensions, where "the origin is what will become" , and "what will become" is not the future, but what is predetermined by "what has been" . On this horizon the humanity of the "future ones" is seen as a community of creators, conceived like the custodians of the silence of the last god' passage.A partir de la consideración de las continuidades encontradas en torno al tema del tiempo la propuesta se centra en la temática del "último Dios", pensado como el más originario desde la dimensión de lo que Heidegger llama el "tiempo auténtico" tetradimensional, donde "el origen es lo advenidero" , y lo advenidero no es lo meramente futuro, sino lo predeterminado por "lo sido" . En este horizonte se comprende la humanidad de los advenideros, un pueblo de creadores entendidos como "los vigías del silencio del pasaje del último Dios"
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