In Phenomenological Reviews, a look at an Edited Collection on the Black Notebooks

A good review of the recent edited volume on Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’

PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR

Jeff Malplas and Ingo Farin edited the collection, which contains a cast of many well-known Heidegger specialists. It is, on the whole, more sympathetic to Heidegger (or what is culled down as his real thought, rather than the anti-semitism) than I expected: Ingo Farin, Jeff Malpas (Eds.): Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks 1931-1941 – Phenomenological Reviews

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One Response to In Phenomenological Reviews, a look at an Edited Collection on the Black Notebooks

  1. dmf says:

    only a certain strain of philosophers could believe that the seeds/codes of something like the 3rd Reich could be found in philosophical works, or that texts (derrida roles over in his grave) are somehow doomed to be used in any particular way or otherwise pollute/infect their readers, apparently the death of the author was as misguided a hope as the death of god…

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