Mora, Carlos Arboleda
January 2011
Escritos;2011, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p19
Academic Journal
This article attempts to reformulate the broken philosophy-theology relationships since the Middle Ages, showing how the crisis of conceptual and representational metaphysics and traditional ontotheology have allowed, with the help of Dionysus Areopagite and the neo-Platonism, to rethink the ontology through negative theology and a mystical way. Since Heidgger the reality is seen as a gift from which the philosophy would indicate the ontological possibility, and the theology, his effective accomplishment. In this way, the heideggerian Dasein, once the shade of the ego is overcome, may be Dagott in other words, pure opening to the God's donation.


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