Love Beyond World
A fascinating novel about the unknown love story between Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger.
Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt met in 1925 at Marburg University. He was a teacher and she was his pupil. He was married and she was single. She was eighteen years old, and he was thirty-five. At this point starts Amor sense món, an extraordinary novel about the relationship they maintained throughout all their lives facing all obstacles.
Narrated in an exciting, though delicate way, this novel follows the romance between two of the greatest figures of European Philosophy. How could a Jewish intellectual and a highly prestigious teacher who joined Hitler’s party share love together? This is one of the most complex, passionate, contradictory, and incredible love story of the last century, becoming an example of a philosophical and spiritual love that goes through earthly bonds: a love beyond world.