MODERN NOTIONS OF THE HOLY: HÖLDERLIN, HEIDEGGER, CELAN
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About This Project

This course explores the question, “What may we call ‘holy’ in the modern era?” by focusing mostly on three key writers and thinkers, who “in various ways, and in different times” raised this question: Friedrich Hölderlin, Martin Heidegger, and Paul Celan.

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