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The Promise of Time: Towards a Phenomenology of Promise

Saitya Brata Das (Author)

This work renews the thought of a pure future beyond all that is given and outside of any immanence of self-presence. This thought is the thought of a promise of time that opens us, on the basis of an irreducible mortality, to the advent of redemptive, messianic future that is the incalculable par excellence. Along the lines of heidegger?s notion of ?Phenomenology of the inapparent? as a point of departure and taking inspiration from thinkers like schelling, rosenzweig and Walter Benjamin, this work attempts the possibility of a phenomenology of promise that-no- longer founding upon eidetic consciousness-takes its bearing from our exposure to the excess of an immemorial promise that groundlessly exposes us to an event that arrives from an eternal remnant of time beyond all ?end? and all ?completion?.

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Title The Promise of Time: Towards a Phenomenology of Promise
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2011
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 8179860914, 9788179860915
length xix+419p., 23cm.