Heidegger and Nazism

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Temple University Press, 1991 - Philosophy - 349 pages
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Farias, a Chilean exile in Germany and sometime student of Heidegger, provides a fascinating journey into the life and times of one of the century's preeminent philosophers. In addition to the ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
The Jesuit novitiate and the seminary
19
Heideggers contribution to the Akademiker I
38
Marburg Being and Time and the various
56
The return to Freiburg and the Berlin
68
Heidegger rector at Freiburg 1933
79
its assumptions and
96
Martin Heideggers activities as rector
113
the return to
170
The end of the rectorate
177
from 1934
189
Heidegger and the state ideological apparatus
213
Heidegger and the state ideological apparatus
257
Return to Abraham a Sancta Clara 2c?c?
288
Notes
303
Index 539
339

Heidegger and university politics in the Third
136
Support for Hitler and conflicts with Krieck
156

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About the author (1991)

Chilean scholar Victor Farías teaches in the Latin American Institute at the Free University of Berlin. A one-time student of Heidegger's, he holds a Doctorate in Philosophy.

Joseph Margolis is Laura Carnell Professor of Philosophy at Temple University.

Tom Rockmore is Professor of Philosophy at Duquesne University.

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