DERRIDA’S HOSPITALITY IN A NUTSHELL. AN INVITATION
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In this article the author introduces four ideas from the late works of the great French philosopher of the 20th centruy, Jacques Derrida that can be relevant when we discuss religion and religious topics. The author’s aim is to find common points, shared motifs that could lead to a major idea which rules Derrida’s late philosophy. This idea will be the absolute hospitality, the hospitality to come. Through Derrida’s texts we will see the significance of religious motifs (God, messianism, etc.) gathering around the problem of hospitality.
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