Dietrich von Hildebrand and Edith Stein: Husserl's StudentsHis Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI and Dr. Alice von Hildebrand
"Edith Stein was," said Time magazine, "one of the most remarkable women of her time."
Born two years apart, both were converts to Catholicism and students of Edmund Husserl, the noted 20th century philosopher. Although they met during their lives, they only knew each other casually. Yet there were major similarities in their lives.
Noted Catholic author, lecturer and philosopher Alice von Hildebrand has taken on the task of briefly profiling these two great 20th century Catholics, using as her point of reference the memoirs of each. In the case of her late husband Dietrich von Hildebrand, she is the only person who has read his memoirs in their entirety. This, and her life as his wife, make Dietrich von Hildebrand and Edith Stein: Husserl's Students a study like no other.
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