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Martin Heidegger

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Heidegger by Karl Radl READING THE universally acclaimed German philosopher Martin Heidegger is a pleasure that cannot and should not be underestimated. He was an innovative thinker of the first order and is part of what American ‘conservative’ philosopher James Burnham called the ‘dark’ or ‘irrational’…
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by Hadding Scott NOBODY CAN ARGUE that the great Martin Heidegger was acting under any pressure or stating any view other than his own in this confidential letter that preceded the rise of the NSDAP, and gives an indication of why some anti-Jewish measures of the NSDAP were necessary. LETTER TO VICTOR…
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Bowden’s Lecture and an Excerpt from Being and Time THE PUBLICATION of Heidegger’s black notebooks has reinvigorated the nest of rodents that comprises Heidegger’s detractors; all of the archaic attacks on Heidegger (pictured), now renewed, flowing from the deep conviction…
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Classic Essays

AS FAR AS WE know there is only one atheistic philosopher whose thought ever triggered religious resonances in the soul of his readers. That was Martin Heidegger (pictured). His greatest work Sein und Zeit is poetry, drama and philosophy all in one, or as the master might say, all in all. Heidegger died…
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