Heidegger / Arendt
In 1923 Martin Heidegger left his teaching position at Freiburg and accepted the invitation to teach at Marburg. Their arrival marked the encounter with Rudolph Bultmann marking the prelude to a unique dialogue eminently productive._x000D_
The correspondence between Heidegger and Bultmann extends through a period of more than half a century. In the letters, along with university policy issues and personal matters, it is again and again the fundamental problem of the relationship between philosophy and theology._x000D_
Among the tensions that characterize departures and friendship between both forms of life arising from faith and philosophy. In the words of Heidegger, is at stake a "blood feud". But precisely this radical opposition must "support the possible community of theology and philosophy as science."