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Jewish and Islamic Philosophy : Crosspollinations in the Classic Age
Forms of Transcendence : Heidegger and Medieval Mystical Theology Forms of Transcendence : Heidegger and Medieval Mystical Theology (SUNY Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy) by Sonya Sikka.  Unlike some past studies of the relation between Heidegger and medieval mysticism, this book seeks to establish a real identity between the content, the subject-matter (Sache), of the medieval and Heideggerian texts that it examines. In so doing, it challenges Heidegger's own assertion that what he calls "being" cannot be called God. Against this ascertain, Sikka argues that what is to be called God remains an open question, and points out metaphysical and theological elements in Heidegger's reflections on being that help to answer this question. Offering new insights into the relation between metaphysics, theology, and mysticism, the book contributes not only to Heidegger studies but to philosophical theology as well.

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