Category Archives: Martin Heidegger

Kostas Axelos, Introduction to a Future Way of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger – now available open access from Meson Press

Kostas Axelos, Introduction to a Future Way of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger – now published by Meson Press. The book is open access online and print-on-demand The book was translated by Kenneth Mills, and edited and introduced by me. “Technologists only … Continue reading

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David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht reviewed at NDPR

David Farrell Krell, Phantoms of the Other: Four Generations of Derrida’s Geschlecht reviewed at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews by N. Gabriel Martin. My own review of this great book is forthcoming with Derrida Today.

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Editing Henri Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy – doing his endnotes properly

Over the last few weeks I’ve been editing the translation of Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy for Verso. Despite a very fine translation by David Fernbach, this has still taken some work. First there are the linguistic complications of a three-way language dialogue – … Continue reading

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Kostas Axelos, Introduction to a Future Way of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger – out in June 2015 from Meson Press

Kostas Axelos, Introduction to a Future Way of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger – out in June 2015 from Meson Press. The book was translated by Kenneth Mills, and edited and introduced by me. It will be open access online … Continue reading

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Babette Babich, “Heidegger’s Black Night: The Nachlass & its Wirkungsgeschichte” on academia.edu

Babette Babich, “Heidegger’s Black Night: The Nachlass & its Wirkungsgeschichte” on academia.edu – another essay from the forthcoming collection Ingo Farin and Jeff Malpas, eds., Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks 1931-1941 (Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 2016).

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Martin Heidegger’s 1934-35 course Hölderlin’s Hymns “Germania” and “The Rhine” reviewed at NDPR by Richard Polt

The translation of Martin Heidegger’s 1934-35 lecture course Hölderlin’s Hymns “Germania” and “The Rhine”, is reviewed at NDPR by Richard Polt. The translators are William McNeill and Julia Ireland, also responsible for the translation of Heidegger’s course on Hölderlin’s Hymn ‘The Ister’. Polt confronts the … Continue reading

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Books received 4 – various: Meillassoux, Trawny, Eco, Butler, Krell, Naas, Funambulist papers, journals

And everything else that was in the pile of post as I returned from the US. Umberto Eco’s How to Write a Thesis; Quentin Meillassoux’s Science Fiction and Extro-Science Fiction; Peter Trawny’s Freedom to Fail: Heidegger’s Anarchy; The Funambulist Papers Volume 2 (in which … Continue reading

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Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual – special issue on the Black Notebooks

Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual – special issue on the – Black Notebooks. Contents at above link, or download whole issue as pdf.   

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Thomas Sheehan’s new translation of Heidegger’s ‘What is Metaphysics?’

Thomas Sheehan’s new translation of Heidegger’s ‘What is Metaphysics?’ is available to download here.

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Sparks Will Fly: Benjamin and Heidegger – new edited collection

Sparks Will Fly: Benjamin and Heidegger, edited by Andrew Benjamin and Dimitris Vardoulakis with SUNY Press. Collected essays consider points of affinity and friction between Walter Benjamin and Martin Heidegger. Despite being contemporaries, Walter Benjamin and Martin Heidegger never directly engaged with one … Continue reading

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