Heidegger Between Philosophy and Religion

My book argues for a new conception - and title -  of Heidegger's masterpiece, Sein und Zeit, and revises our understanding of philosophy, religion, and the secular. It critiques the divisions between metaphysics and theology at work in Heidegger and his interpreters, and shows how the false divisions between theology and metaphysics, philosophy and religion, have led us to miss the fundamentally theological and religious character of Western philosophy. Sein und Zeit is a work in both the philosophical and theological tradition of the West, and must be interpreted in light of its religious character to be understood. The resulting reading puts in questions basic assumptions about the fate of metaphysics, theology and secularity the contemporary world.