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Edith Stein’S Philosophy Of Community In Her Early Work And In Her Later Finite And Eternal Being: Martin Heidegger’S Impact, Antonio Calcagno Aug 2011

Edith Stein’S Philosophy Of Community In Her Early Work And In Her Later Finite And Eternal Being: Martin Heidegger’S Impact, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

Edith Stein’s early phenomenological texts describe community as a special unity that is fully lived through in consciousness. In her later works, unity is described in more theological terms as participation in the communal fullness and wholeness of God or Being. Can these two accounts of community or human belonging be reconciled? I argue that consciousness can bring to the fore the meaning of community, thereby conditioning our lived-experience of community, but it can also, through Heideggerian questioning, uncover that which remains somewhat hidden from consciousness itself: its own ground or condition of possibility, namely, being—a being that ...


Gerda Walther Sulla Possibilità Di Un Senso Passivo Della Comunità E Della Coscienza Interno Del Tempo Della Comunità, Antonio Calcagno Dec 2010

Gerda Walther Sulla Possibilità Di Un Senso Passivo Della Comunità E Della Coscienza Interno Del Tempo Della Comunità, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.


Hannah Arendt And Augustine Of Hippo: On The Pleasure Of And Desire For Evil, Antonio Calcagno May 2010

Hannah Arendt And Augustine Of Hippo: On The Pleasure Of And Desire For Evil, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

Hannah Arendt wrote two volumes on thinking and willing in The Life of the Mind, but due to her untimely death her work devoted to judgement, especially political judgement, was never completed. We do, however, have a significant amount of writings on this theme as evidenced by her lectures on Kant’s Third Critique. Judgement and thinking are critical in order to prevent what Arendt calls the “banality of evil”. Drawing on Augustine and Arendt’s work on Augustine, this paper seeks to argue that another form of serious evil has its root in what Augustine calls the libido habendi ...


Introducing… Vittorio Hösle, Pamela Reeve, Antonio Calcagno Mar 2010

Introducing… Vittorio Hösle, Pamela Reeve, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

An interview conducted by Pamela J. Reeve (St. Augustine’s Seminary, Toronto School of Theology) and Antonio Calcagno (King’s University College at UWO, Editor of Symposium)


Meanings, Communication, And Politics: Dewey And Derrida, Antonio Calcagno Dec 2009

Meanings, Communication, And Politics: Dewey And Derrida, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.


The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno Dec 2009

The Ethics Of Writing, By Carlo Sini, Translated By Silvia Benso With Brian Schroeder, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.


Editorial Note / Note Éditoriale, Antonio Calcagno Mar 2008

Editorial Note / Note Éditoriale, Antonio Calcagno

Antonio Calcagno

No abstract provided.