Religion, Ideology
&
Heidegger's Concept of Falling
by G
reg Tropea
Illustrated by Stephan Maich

Greg Tropea investigates the fundemental structures of human existence
and self-understanding by tracing the ideas of religion and theology, as
articulated through Heideggerian constructs, from Anselm to Democratic
Capitalism. Complementing the task of historical research, Tropea
proceeds to examine Heidegger from, as it were, the inside by asking
how the Being of beings is found being religious and being ideological.
In this way, Tropea's subtle exploration serves as both a work of
historical scholarship and an experiment in the utilization of
Heidegger's way of thinking on topics as diverse as politcs and technology.

Cover by Stephan Maich Illustration by Stephan Maich

 

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Table of Contents

1. Method & Metatheory

2. Religion as Something
Present-at-Hand

3. Historical Episodes of
Religion as Problem

4. Heidegger's Concept of Falling,
with Reference to Religion & Ideology

5. Technology

6. Divinities

7. Note on the Definition of
"Theology"

8. Concerning the Warrant
of Theology

9. Theologies in Relation

10. At Cross Purposes:
Religion, Ideology & Theology

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Religion, Ideology
&
Heidegger's Concept of Falling
by Greg Tropea
Illustrated by Stephan Maich

Published by AQC BOOKS
Copyright 2011

$13 + Shipping (300 pp. 5.5x8.5)
ISBN 978-0615478234

 

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