Saturday, March 31, 2012

The Coming Good Boom on religion of convenience.
Heidegger’s education through the university level was paid for by the Church with the expectation that he was destined for the clergy. At the university in Freiburg, he shifted from preparation for the priesthood to the study of Catholic philosophy, receiving a scholarship from the church in support of his work. Heidegger rejected Catholicism soon after World War I and moved on to become a student of the phenomenologist Edmund Husserl, gaining a position as a professor at (the Protestant) Marburg University and ultimately succeeding Husserl at Freiburg in 1928.
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