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Author Faye, Emmanuel.

Title Heidegger, the introduction of Nazism into philosophy in light of the unpublished seminars of 1933-1935 / Emmanuel Faye ; translated by Michael B. Smith ; foreword by Tom Rockmore
Published New Haven : Yale University Press, [2009]


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Description xxviii, 436 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Before 1933: Heidegger's radicalism, the destruction of the philosophical tradition, and the call to Nazism -- Heidegger, the "brining into line," and the new student law -- Work camps, the health of the people, and the hard race in the lectures and speeches of 1933-1934 -- The courses of 1933-1935: from the question of man to the affirmation of the people and the German race -- Heidegger's Hitlerism in the seminar On the essence and concepts of nature, history, and state -- Heidegger, Carl Schmitt, and Alfred Baeumler: the struggle against the enemy and his extermination -- Law and race: Erik Wolf between Heidegger, Schmitt, and Rosenberg -- Heidegger and the longevity of the Nazi state in the unpublished seminar on Hegel and the state -- From the justification of racial selection to the ontological negationism of the Bremen lectures
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-429) and index
Subject Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976 -- Political and social views.
National socialism and philosophy.
LC no. 2009014302
ISBN 9780300120868 cloth alkaline paper
0300120869 cloth alkaline paper
Other Titles Heidegger, l'introduction du nazisme dans la philosophie. English