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Heidegger, the introduction of Nazism into philosophy in light of the unpublished seminars of 1933-1935 / Emmanuel Faye ; translated by Michael B. Smith ; foreword by Tom Rockmore.

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    Heidegger, l'introduction du nazisme dans la philosophie. English
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Faye, Emmanuel.
    Published
    New Haven : Yale University Press, c2009
    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    Heidegger and the longevity of the Nazi state in the unpublished seminar on Hegel and the state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.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (p. 411-429) and index.
    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and race: Erik Wolf between Heidegger, Schmitt, and Rosenberg -- Heidegger and the longevity of the Nazi state in the unpublished seminar on Hegel and the state -- From the justification of racial selection to the ontological negationism of the Bremen lectures.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780300120868
    0300120869 (cloth : alk. paper)
    Physical Description
    xxviii, 436 p. ; 25 cm.

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