Category Archives: Martin Heidegger

Gregory Fried reviews Heidegger’s Black Notebooks/Schwarze Hefte

A thoughtful review essay by Gregory Fried on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks/Schwarze Hefte Vols. 94-96 in the LA Review of Books. About these ads

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Heidegger Black Notebooks conference – New York, Sept 11-12 2014

Peter Trawny, Richard Wolin, Thomas Sheehan, Emmanuel Faye, Karsten Harries and others – conference at CUNY, 11-12 September 2012. Thanks to Philippe Theophanidis for the link. Details of another conference on this theme in Atlanta the week before are here.  

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Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: Philosophy, Politics, Anti-Semitism

Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: Philosophy, Politics, Anti-Semitism, Emory University, September 5-6, 2014 Speakers: Peter Trawny (Bergische Universität Gesamthochschule Wuppertal) Bettina Bergo (Université de Montréal) Robert Bernasconi (Pennsylvania State University) Martin Gessmann (Hochschule für Gestaltung, Offenbach am Main) Sander Gilman (Emory University) Peter E. … Continue reading

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A Conversation between Stuart Elden and Babette Babich – Fordham University video

A Conversation between Stuart Elden and Babette Babich A long discussion at the Fordham University television studios – ranges across my work and lots of topics, including territory today and historically, Lefebvre, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Foucault, Shakespeare… Many thanks to Babette … Continue reading

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Richard Wolin on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks in the Jewish Review of Books

Richard Wolin on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks in the Jewish Review of Books. I’m not a great enthusiast for Wolin’s work – Heidegger’s Children was insulting to some major thinkers in its title alone – but this is generally thoughtful and goes … Continue reading

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The work of editing – adding references to translations II

In a previous post I said a bit about one of the tasks of editing a translation. I’ve now completed the Heidegger references I discussed in that previous post. The references to Hegel, Jaspers, Heraclitus, Homer, Lukács and Lenin took relatively … Continue reading

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Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State

Charles Bambach reviews Heidegger’s 1933-34 seminars, Nature, History, State – translated and edited by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt – at NDPR. The volume in question comprises student protocols of the seminars, plus interpretative essays by Robert Bernasconi, Peter Eli Gordon, … Continue reading

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