Friday, March 07, 2014
Gaëtan Pégny writes to the The Chronicle of Higher Education about Heidegger's anti-semitism, in more detail than any journaist who has stumbled through the terrain of the latest scandale.
One can, however, agree with your article on one point: It is useless to start a debate on the Black Notebooks as long as they are not yet fully available to everyone. But that does not mean to ignore the existing documents, even though, as we know, the reliability of Heidegger’s official Gesamtausgabe is a special issue.
An actual glimpse inside the Black Notebooks, four excerpts translated into French
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