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Heidegger’s Black Notebooks: Caught between Hitler and Romanticism

Heidegger desk…Bultmann’s sympathetic response may seem shocking; but in reality, it merely shows how unspecific the National Socialist programme still was in the early Thirties. To Heidegger, as to many other intellectuals at the time, it seemed less an innovation than a return to the great nationalist tradition of the 19th century…

Read the full article on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks in Standpoint Magazine.