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This book seeks to reconstitute the young Heidegger's first phenomenology of religion by analysing a group of notes written between 1916 and 1919 and retrospectively called "The Philosophical Foundations of Medieval Mysticism." Between his Habilitation thesis and his after war courses, Heidegger devotes himself to writing a phenomenology of religious consciousness which, for some mysterious reasons, will remain unfinished. If some of its aspects are to be found in the 1920-1921 lectures on Paul and Augustine, many others concerning authors such as Eckhart, Bernard of Clairvaux, Schleiermacher or Adolf Reinach and concepts intertwining phenomenology, theology and religion find in the 1916-1919 notes a specific and hapaxic thematization which is closely investigated in this book.
Something appeared throughout the survey that one might called a "theo-logical hermeneutics," not explicitly thought by Heidegger himself but somehow self-revealed through his notes. The task of this singular discipline is to help phenomenology entering into the often rebellious world of religious life. In that manner, theo-logical hermeneutics becomes simultaneously a way ofunderstanding what the young Heidegger meant in his notes and a path toward a renewal of the dialogue between phenomenology, theology and religious sciences.
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