Roger Berkowitz, Heidegger and Antisemitism – reflections following the discussion with Trawny and Babich

I’ve linked before to the discussion that recently took place in New York between the editor of the ‘Black Notebooks‘, Peter Trawny, Roger Berkowitz and Babette Babich. Berkowitz reflects further on the implications in a thoughtful piece in The American Interest. It provides some translations of crucial passages from the books in question – both Heidegger’s, and Peter Trawny’s own study Heidegger und der Mythos der Jüdischen Weltverschworung. Worth having to hand when you watch the videos.

Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: A discussion with Peter Trawny and Roger Berkowitz from Hannah Arendt Center on Vimeo.

Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: A Panel Discussion with Peter Trawny and Babette Babich, moderated by Roger Berkowitz from Hannah Arendt Center on Vimeo.

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