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Time and History in the Letters of Martin Heidegger to Hannah Arendt


According to Heidegger's philosophy, the essence of time is not chronological; for this reason, history is not a linear succession of facts but is opened up by an event: that is what Heidegger's philosophy reveals at first glance and it's also what we can't consider suspect today. But is less obvious that the "base" from which time and history will disclose themselves is the phenomenon of love: love stands out in the letters of Heidegger to Hannah Arendt as a most excellent way of temporalising time, and it allows the philosophy of finitude to be reconciled with the eternity.