Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Thomas Sheehan asks: Could Heidegger have chosen to become a resistance fighter?
Did Heidegger’s doctrine of historicity (Geschichtlichkeit) in SZ §74 necessarily determine, by its very structure and content, that he would choose to support Hitler and the Nazi regime? That is, is his view of historicity a pro-Nazi and/or proto-Nazi doctrine? Or, on the basis of that very same view of historicity, could Heidegger have chosen to support the Center Party, or the Social Democrats, or even (per impossibile!) to become a resistance fighter?
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