Sunday, March 08, 2020
La Croix International on Catholic phenomenology.
Many of the leading lights of postwar European thought, including some of the fiercest critics of religion, first discovered phenomenology through the mediation of Catholic philosophers.Jean-Paul Sartre's reading of Heidegger, for instance, was greatly informed by the work of the neo-scholastic philosopher Alphonse de Waelhens, who wrote the first book on Heidegger's philosophy in French.
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