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German Existentialism

German Existentialism - Martin Heidegger - Régikönyvek
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"On the day of German Labor, on the day of the Community of the People, the Rector of Freiburg University, Dr. Marin Heidegger, made his official entry into the National Socialist Party." And so begins one of the most controversial philosophical texts available today. Heidegger, a German Nationalist and proud Nazi, thoroughly examines the history, the philosophy, and the rise to power of the Nazi movement in Germany. Martin Heidegger's distinguished Italian colleague, Professor Benedetto Croce, said of his German contemporary, "This man dishonors philosophy and that is an evil for politics too." Croce's severe rebuke was not singular at the time when Hitlerism was rampant over Europe. It is true that among the almost one thousand professional philosophers of Germany and Austria only very few actively opposed National Socialism. On the other hand, no one degraded his historic profession in the manner Heidegger did, by becoming a spokesman for National Socialism and attempting to mold his theories into one pattern with Hitlerism. Heidegger's contribution to the growth and development of National Socialism was immense. In this small anthology Dr. Runes endeavors to point to the utter confusion Heidegger created by drawing, for political and social application of his own existentialism metaphysics, upon the decadent and repulsive brutalization of Hitlerism. Martin Heidegger was a philosopher most known for his contributions to German phenomenological and existential thought. Heidegger was born in rural Messkirch in 1889 to Catholic parents. While studying philosophy and mathematics at Albert-Ludwig University in Freiburg, Heidegger became the assistant for philosopher Edmund Husserl. Influenced by Husserl, Kierkegaard, and Nietzsche, Heidegger wrote extensively on the quality of Being, including his opus Being and Time. He served as professor of philosophy at Albert-Ludwig University and taught there during the war. In 1933, Heidegger joined the National Socialist German Worker's (or Nazi) Party and expressed his support for Hitler in several articles and speeches. After the war, his support for the Nazi party came under attack, and he was tried as a sympathizer. He was able to return to Albert-Ludwig University, however, and taught there until he retired. Heidegger continued to lecture and write until his death 1973.

Fordítók:
Dagobert D. Runes
Kiadó:
The Philosophical Library
Kiadás éve:
1965
Kiadás helye:
New York
Kötés típusa:
fűzött kemény papír kiadói borítóban
Terjedelem:
58
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 12.00cm, Magasság: 19.00cm
Kategória:
Introduction 9
The Philosopher Heidegger Enters the
Nazi Party 13
Inauguration of New Rector 16
The Self-Assertion of the German Universities 18
Labor Service and the University 21
The University Under the New Reich 23
German Students 27
Avowal to Adolf Hitler and the National State 29
The Call to Labor Service 34
Follow the Führer 37
A Day Under Heidegger 43
Announcement from the University 48
Book Burning in Freiburg 50
Analysis and Synthesis 51
Teaching Licenses of Jewish Lecturers at
Freiburg University Revoked 54
First Dueling Contest of the Freiburg
Fencing Association 55
The German Student in the New State 56
Professor Heidegger is a Member of the NSDAP 57
Beginning of Term at Freiburg University 58


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