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    The Philosophers’ Paul: A Radically Subversive Thinker
    In Antonio Cimino, George Henry van Kooten & Gert Jan van der Heiden (eds.), Saint Paul and Philosophy: The Consonance of Ancient and Modern Thought, De Gruyter. pp. 81-94. 2017.
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    Re-enacting Paul. On the theological background of Heidegger's philosophical reading of the letters of Paul
    International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 74 (1): 2-17. 2013.
    In 1920/1921 Martin Heidegger lectured on religion. In these lectures he turned to the letters of Paul, which had – until that point – exclusively been studied by theologians. Because of this, Heidegger's reading of Paul has to be understood against the background of early twentieth century theology. Heidegger approaches these letters phenomenologically, which leads him to discover eschatology as the core. By confronting Heidegger's interpretation of eschatology with the history of eschatology c…Read more
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    About chronos and kairos. On Agamben’s interpretation of Pauline temporality through Heidegger
    International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 77 (3): 85-101. 2016.
    ABSTRACTOne of the key concepts in Giorgio Agamben’s reading of Paul is temporality. In this article, Delahaye examines this concept. Delahaye shows that Agamben’s understanding of messianic temporality hinges on the opposition between kairos and chronos, which Agamben takes for granted. He consequently traces this opposition back to Heidegger’s influence on Agamben. This leads Delahaye to conclude that messianic temporality can be understood as a variation on Heidegger’s idea of ecstatic tempor…Read more