“A Short History of Authentic Time” – Peter SLOTERDIJK

According to a bon mot of Adolf von Harnack, Gnosticism signifies the acute Hellenization of Christianity. This bon mot would itself remain a profound remark only if one were successful in confirming the hypotheses about the non-Christian origin of Gnosticism. For, wherever Gnosticism may have arisen – in heretical and apocalyptic Judaism, in irrational dualism,… Continue lendo “A Short History of Authentic Time” – Peter SLOTERDIJK

“Cioran – a philosopher of redemption. Procession and conversion in La Chute Dans Le Temps” – Horia Vicenţiu PĂTRAŞCU

Revue Roumaine de Philosophie, 65, 1, p. 125–143, Bucureşti, 2021 Abstract: The question we want to answer in this paper is the following: is there soteriology, i.e. doctrine of redemption, in Cioran’s work from his French period? If – as we had the opportunity to show elsewhere – his writings in Romanian indicate a kind… Continue lendo “Cioran – a philosopher of redemption. Procession and conversion in La Chute Dans Le Temps” – Horia Vicenţiu PĂTRAŞCU

Conversas sobre neoplatonismo – Dominic O’MEARA

Dominic O'Meara é professor aposentado da Université de Fribourg. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_plDQW2rlg