Thursday, January 17, 2013
From Drew Magazine, a report on the 1964 conference where Hans Jonas denounced Heidegger.
The subject of the conference was “The Problem of Non-objectifying Thinking and Speak­ing in Contemporary Theology.” Heidegger had written a 13-page paper that was read, in absentia, as the first order of business. Jonas then stepped to the lectern to deliver a lecture he had titled simply “Heidegger and Theology.”
It was expected that Jonas would offer praise for the philosophical canon advanced by his revered mentor. He did not.
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