Heidegger : Between Good and Evil by Rudiger
Safranski, Ewald Osers (Translator).
Heidegger's writings are turgid and difficult,
and a layperson who approaches them in order to gain an idea of
how the author influenced twentieth century thought is likely to
be frustrated by their impenetrability. Safranski's biography is
a valuable resource, providing an accessible and actually rather
detailed account of the evolution of Heidegger's ideas. He also
does an excellent job at elucidating the tricky topic of the
relationship between his philosophy and his Nazi sympathies
before and during World War II. He treats the philosopher fairly
and with a detachedness that fits the subject very well... --
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Created and maintained by Frank Edler.
This page offers a variety of on-line essays and reviews dealing primarily with Heidegger's political involvement with Nazism.
and Being in Cather's The Professor's House: A Look Back and
Forth from Thoreau to Nietzsche and Heidegger -- presented at the
International Cather Seminar, June, 2000
- Alfred Baeumler
on Holderlin and the Greeks: Reflections on the Heidegger-Baeumler
Relationship (Part I) in Janus
Head, vol. I, no. 3, Spring 1999.
- Alfred Baeumler on Hölderlin and the Greeks: Reflections on the Heidegger-Baeumler Relationship
(Part II) in Janus
Head, Vol. 2, no. 2, Fall, 1999.
Baeumler on Hölderlin and the Greeks: Reflections on the
Heidegger-Baeumler Relationship (Part IIIa) in Janus
Head, Fall 2000.
and Werner Jaeger on the Eve of 1933: A Possible Rapprochement? in
Research in Phenomenology, Fall 1997
Language, and Politics: Heidegger's Attempt to Steal the Language of
the Revolution in 1933-34 in Social Research, Spring 1990
- Review of Hans
Sluga's Heidegger's Crisis: Philosophy and Politics in Nazi Germany.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1993 reviewed in Journal of the
History of Philosophy, July 1995
- Review of
Joan Stambaugh's The Finitude of Being. Albany: State
University of New York Press, 1992 reviewed in International Studies
in Philosophy, v.25,n.3(1993), p.150.
List of current and forthcoming volumns of the Gesamtausgabe.
Bibliography with information about certain texts and links
Martin Heidegge, sus textos en español, comentarios, galeria fotografica, biografía, bibliografía y enlaces relacionados.
Martin Heidegger, his texts in Spanish, extensive
commentaries, photographs, biography, bibliography and related links.
Links to the Greek Fragments used by Heidegger.
Links to the Greek terms used by Heidegger in his texts.
Essay by Ted Beckman, Harvey Mudd College, Claremont,
CA. After World War II, Martin Heidegger directed much of his thinking to
technology and to the impact of technology on our perceptions of human life. One of the
essays developed along this path was "The Question Concerning Technology."
It is unfortunate that the essay is not widely read because it carries the critique
of technology out of its usual context and form and delivers it into a new light where
there is, perhaps, some progress to be made. Furthermore, the essay has special
significance to environmental issues and, I believe, lays a new groundwork for an ethical
approach to our relations with the environment...
Essay by Don Ihde. Sections of the Essay:
- How Many Phenomenologists does it take to detect a 'Greenhouse Effect'?
- Only by being profound can Heidegger be profoundly wrong
- Whole Earth Measurements
- Science Praxis as a Phenomenological Hermeneutic
Website by Katharena Eiermann.
- Lectures on
Heidegger's Being and Time
- Heidegger Lecture
- Heidegger Live
- Edmund Husserl