Category Archives: Martin Heidegger

Jeff Malpas, On the Reading of Heidegger – Situating the Black Notebooks

Jeff Malpas, “On the Reading of Heidegger – Situating the Black Notebooks” at academia.edu. This is the draft introduction to a forthcoming collection on the Notebooks, co-edited with Ingo Farin. Thanks to Enowning for the link. Peter Gratton comments at … Continue reading

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Books received – GIA, Derrida, Vora, Lorimer, le Doeuff, Braver, Transactions

  Publications by the Groupe Information Asiles and Groupe Information Santé; Derrida’s Cinders, Vora’s Life Support, Lorimer’s Wildlife in the Anthropocene, le Doeuff’s Hipparchia’s Choice; Braver’s Heidegger; and the new issue of Transactions. The UMP books and the Braver are … Continue reading

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Heidegger, National Socialism and the editing of the Gesamtausgabe

The Daily Nous reported a story about the editing of the Heidegger Gesamtausgabe a few days ago. The initial story was that some things – politically highly charged – had been deleted or changed in the editing of the texts. … Continue reading

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David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht – published and review forthcoming

David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht has recently been published. Features a reconstruction of an unfinished text by Jacques Derrida from his most penetrating series of readings of Heidegger’s philosophy. During the 1980s Jacques Derrida … Continue reading

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Books received – Chamayou, Kotef, Smirl, Shakespeare, Heidegger, Kluge and Negt

Some more books – these are ones I bought, with the exception of Hagar Kotef’s Movement and the Ordering of Freedom: On Liberal Governances of Mobility, which was sent by the publisher. The others include Lisa Smirl’s posthumous Spaces of Aid, Kluge … Continue reading

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Freiburg will not replace Günter Figal in the ‘Heidegger’ Chair

Story from the Daily Nous – ‘Heidegger’ chair not to be filled when Figal retires, but another analytic post, at a lower level, instead. Three updates at Daily Nous with more information. The University of Freiburg, the academic home of Günter Figal—who recently stepped … Continue reading

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Richard Polt translates some more excerpts from Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’

Richard Polt translates some more excerpts from Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’ for critical-theory.com For why I’m not saying more, see last week’s post – Why I’m not writing or speaking about Heidegger’s Black Notebooks (except here)

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Jean-Luc Nancy and Heidegger’s Black Notebooks

In addition to the pieces linked a few days ago, this news from Philippe Theophanidis: An audio recording of a lecture Jean-Luc Nancy’s gave back in October 2014 just surfaced on the web. The title of the lecture is “Die Banalität … Continue reading

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Heidegger and the Global Age – conference at Sussex, 29-30 Oct 2015

Heidegger and the Global Age, 29-30 October 2015 at the Centre for Advanced International Theory, University of Sussex, in Brighton, UK Full details on their website – keynotes include Joanna Hodge, Laurence Hemming, Fred Dallmayr and Peg Birmingham.

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Heidegger Black Notebooks, Vol IV 1942-48 – soon out and link to Italian review

The fourth book of Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’ is due out very soon – Anmerkungen I-V. Again, there is a missing notebook in the sequence. The volume is not on the Klostermann site, but is on Amazon.de. There is an Italian … Continue reading

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