In The Philosophical Salon, Firat Hacıahmetoğlu on: world jewry = globalists?
To these two tired perspectives, one should make the recent addition of a new group of scholars who try to suggest a subtler approach, without jumping to these two extremes. As of now, it is not yet clear what this third group wants to achieve. It seems that two very simple and interrelated questions are lurking behind their sharp acumen: Was Heidegger an evil person? And does the preceding question even matter?
Having no interest (nor hope) in turning the tables on Heidegger the Man, the third group seems to have been questioning the nature of being evil itself. Yet, just as its members refrain from both drawing hasty conclusions and not drawing conclusions, what they are trying to ascertain in their questioning also withdraws from them.