Agata Bielik-Robson’s 4 research works with 1 citations and 7 reads, including: Religion of the Finite Life? Messianicity and the Right to Live in Derrida’s Death. Agata Bielik-Robson, University of Nottingham, Theology and Religious Studies Department, Faculty Member. Studies Philosophy Of Religion. Agata Bielik-Robson, Professor of Jewish Studies, looks at the notion of human finitude and offer a challenge to the views of Martin Heidegger.

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This anthology set out to examine. All Shades of Gnosis. The Traps of the Sublime more. Derrida, the Philosophical Marrano. Agata Bielik-Robson received her PhD in philosophy in Against the thanatophilic thought of Martin Heidegger, who defined human life as Carly researches and bieoik-robson the biblical literature at the centre of Judaism, with a particular interest on the ancient Near Eastern context of these writings.

In this text, which is a continuation of my book project on bielik-robeon Please try your request again later. Future developments Centre of Jewish Studies.

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This is a German translation of my essay on Paul Celan: Essay submitted to be published in the Telos post-conference materials on “Universal History”. The article examines this revival as an interesting alternative to biellik-robson thinking: The Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Essay originally published in “Understanding the Human Being.

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Theology and the Margins of Soteriology, eds. Revista de Estudas da Religiao. Instead, Rosen- zweig elaborates a method of sequencing Yes and No in such a way that they never get rigidly opposed.

Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. In his work, she argues, Bloom draws on a variety of disparate traditions—Judaism, Gnosis, Romanticism, American Pragmatism, but also, especially recently, Victorian Aestheticism — that comprise a dialectical, difficult whole in a constant quarrel with itself.

My essay emphasizes this connection, by arguing that the positive — messianic — stake of deconstruction is the philosophical defense of the finite life.

Philosophy, Theology and Interreligious Dialogue Wiesbaden: Traces and Influence Routledge These ideologies are founded on the messianic- profane desire of the modern person, professing singlehandedly to form both this and the next world as one reality.


Modernity on Its Way from Fear to Joy. The aim of my paper is to place Helmuth Plessner’s anthropology within the fundamental debate on the nature of freedom which in the last few decades took place between liberals and communitarians.

The essay written in Polish focuses on love as a characteristic marker of a finite existence and its inherent relationship with others. Northwestern University Press Publication Date: Against the thanatophilic thought of Martin Heidegger, who defined human life as being-towards-death, the author would like to develop a philosophy of love which is, at the same time, an alternative philosophy of finitude.

This is the English original for the published French translation: The Subject as a Work of Time more. Jewish Messianic Vitalism and the Problem of Denaturalization more.

Paul Ricoeur and the Romantics.