Danilo F. Ferreira studies Edith Stein, Early Modern Political Thought, and Leo Ser Finito e Ser Eterno: uma análise do pensamento heideggeriano através de. Stein Ser Finito y Ser Eterno. Uploaded by Ari Filosofía de Edith Stein. Copyright: © All Rights Reserved. Download as PDF or read online from Scribd. La metafísica se preocupa del “ser finito” mostrando que su fundamento y en el “Ser Eterno”, como describe notablemente la filósofa y mártir Edith Stein (Santa como de ministros e instrumentos para llevar a término sus razonamientos e.
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Lists with This Book. Feb 03, Jason rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is an amazing book, but not for the faint of heart or for philosophical neophytes. This is a serious work of metaphysics, grappling with St.
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Best read if one has a solid background in philosophy. That being said, this is a work of incredible profundity and originality, and the writing of a saint to boot.
Many days, I could read but a few pages, as the concepts were so dense, it would This is an amazing book, but not for the faint flnito heart or for philosophical neophytes. Many days, I could read but a few pages, as the stei were so dense, it would take a day or so to fully process what was being claimed.
But, patience and hard work will bear much fruit if one perseveres.
Jun 08, Shadday rated it it was amazing. Some years ago I decided to employ this site as less a means of international communication than a massive digital archiving with occasional greetings and farewells. The books I’ve archived over the past two years are generally free of exchange or sociability.
In what shall become an annual procedure, I find regularly deleting books marked on a whim quite the sound procedure. So when I was reading one Casey’s book on monastic life I took note of one Edith Stein he’d mentioned, whose revelation i Some years ago I decided to employ this site editn less a means of editg communication than a massive digital archiving with occasional greetings and farewells. So when I was reading one Casey’s book on monastic life I took note of one Edith Stein he’d mentioned, whose revelation in the amidst of abandoning Orthodox Judaism for Atheism by means of St.
Theresa of Avila propelled her at once into Christianity; from there, the cloister, and then in the midst of The Science of the Cross unto the gas chamber. Stein’s Collected Works available blew me away in size and content.
I read twelve pages, set it down, and ordered a number of her books. So while I haven’t finished this book, I can say that the opening pages are so close to an ongoing synthesis of mine that I cannot help but admit that if the next something pages of my edition were destroyed in the printing machine and came out like Jackson Pollock snippets, I’d still give this book my highest regards. Just when I think I’ve hit a secular wall, along comes Edith Stein I did a general first reading, and it was dense and complex.
But it was very useful to compare the differences of her philosophy with Husserl. Clarity was key and so was the Thomistic influx which shines here with her great capacity for observation. This is one of the first works of her that I read that is not related to the “practical questions”, her metaphysical opus. The critiques to Heidegger also are delightful, and I wish I could have gotten into that instead, too.
But that is left for a s I did a general first reading, and it was dense and complex. But that is left for a second reading, I suppose.
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Edith Steinalso known as St. Teresia Benedicta vom Kreuz, Latin: She is a martyr and saint of the Catholic Church.
Finite and Eternal Being: An Attempt at an Ascent to the Meaning of Being
She was born into an observant Jewish family, but was an atheist Edith Steinalso known as St. She was born into an observant Jewish family, but was an atheist by her teenage years. Moved by the tragedies of World War I, in she took lessons to become a nursing assistant and worked in a hospital for the prevention of disease outbreaks. From reading the works of the reformer of the Carmelite Order, St. She was baptized on 1 January into the Roman Catholic Church.
At that point she wanted to become a Discalced Carmelite nun, but was dissuaded by her spiritual mentors.