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The Fight for the Soul of Philosophy

by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Editorial]

Heidegger’s Ways of Being

Andrew Royle introduces Heidegger’s key ideas from his classic Being and Time, showing how they lead towards his concept of Being-towards-death.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

Heidegger & Faulkner Against Modern Technology

Bob James sees similarities in the two writers’ dark perceptions of industrialisation.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

Hannah Arendt and the Human Duty to Think

Shai Tubali considers the roots and implications of Arendt’s active philosophy.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

The Gift of Becoming Stranded

Amee LaTour argues we should sometimes welcome being run aground by life.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

The Birth of Celebrity Culture out of the Spirit of Philosophy

Matthew Barnard comprehends and condemns celeb culture in Heideggerian terms.
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

The Trouble with Martin

Even his best friends thought he was a Nazi, so why should we pay any further attention to Heidegger’s philosophical writings? We asked a selection of Heidegger scholars this question: “Does Martin Heidegger’s involvement in the Nazi Party and his anti-Semitism, as evident in the recently published Black Notebooks, make a difference to how we should regard him as a philosopher and engage with his work?”
[Issue 125 :: April/May 2018 :: Heidegger]

Ponderings II-VI: Black Notebooks 1931-1938 by Martin Heidegger

Mahon O’Brien asks how far the first English translation of Martin Heidegger’s notebooks show him to be a Nazi.
[Issue 121 :: August/September 2017 :: Books]

News: August/September 2016

Self-Driving Car Studies Cast Light on Attitudes to Ethics • Nussbaum Wins Prize • Heidegger Has A New Book Out — News reports by Anja Steinbauer
[Issue 115 :: August/September 2016 :: News]

Herder, Humboldt, Heidegger: Language As World-Disclosure

Audrey Borowski follows the twists of a German Romantic linguistic turn.
[Issue 108 :: June/July 2015 :: Articles]

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