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Naming Φύσις and the “Inner Truth of National Socialism”: A New Archival Discovery

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This article offers an interpretive reconstruction of Heidegger’s first reference to the “inner truth of National Socialism” in the 1934/35 lecture course, Hölderlin’s Hymns “Germania” and “The Rhine” (Gesamtausgabe 39), which has remained unknown due to an editorial error. Focusing on the distinction Heidegger draws between Greek φύσις and natural science, it examines the way Heidegger conceives politics more originally through Hölderlin and the naming force of Nature. It then contextualizes Heidegger’s specific reference to National Socialism in terms of the then contemporary debate between liberalism and the racially determined “new science,” arguing that Heidegger thinks the “inner truth of National Socialism” as a φύσις-event.

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Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia - The destinal question of language

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How can we think the destinal place of language in the essentially historical condition of our existence if such historicity cannot be understood on the basis of the labor of negativity alone? The attempt is made here to think language in a more originary manner, as non-negative finitude, that affirms what is outside dialectical-speculative closure, what is to come. The notion of 'destinal' itself is thus transformed. No longer being merely a categorical grasp of "entities presently given", language is an originary exposure to the event of arrival in its lightning flash. Destiny appears as that of the messianic arrival of the 'not yet' which is not a telos that the immanent movement of historical reason reaches by an irresistible force of the negative. This essay reads Schelling, Heidegger and Kierkegaard to think language as a "place" of exposure to the non-teleological destiny that may erupt even today, here and now, without any given conditionality.

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Thomas Sheehan: Heidegger Translations Online

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Thomas Sheehan website featuring Heidegger, Husserl and Rahner at Stanford...
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MARTIN HEIDEGGER, EMMANUEL LEVINAS AND THE POLITICS OF DWELLING (David J. Gauthier)

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L’affiche du Manifeste des Digital Humanities | ThatCamp Paris

L’affiche du Manifeste des Digital Humanities | ThatCamp Paris | Martin Heidegger | Scoop.it
Voici l'affiche du manifeste des Digital Humanities issu de THATCamp Paris 2010. Elle existe en version française et en version anglaise. N...
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Human, All too Human 3 - Jean-Paul Sartre Full - BBC

Human, All Too Human is a three-part 1999 documentary television series produced by the BBC. It follows the lives of three prominent European philosophers: Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, and Jean-Paul Sartre. The theme of this documentary revolves heavily around the school of philosophical thought known as existentialism, although the term had not been coined at the time of Nietzsche's writing, and Heidegger declaimed the label. The documentary is named after the 1878 book written by Nietzsche, titled Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits.
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Human, All too Human 1 - Friedrich Nietzsche Full - BBC

Human, All Too Human is a three-part 1999 documentary television series produced by the BBC. It follows the lives of three prominent European philosophers: Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, and Jean-Paul Sartre. The theme of this documentary revolves heavily around the school of philosophical thought known as existentialism, although the term had not been coined at the time of Nietzsche's writing, and Heidegger declaimed the label. The documentary is named after the 1878 book written by Nietzsche, titled Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits.
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Leo Strauss: "Existentialism" [1956]; & "The Problem of Socrates" [1970]

Leo Strauss: "Existentialism" [1956]; & "The Problem of Socrates" [1970] | Martin Heidegger | Scoop.it

2 essays by Strauss on the thought of Martin Heidegger, and the alternative of classical thought.



The essay entitled "Existentialism" is actually a kind of freely imitated platonizing dialogue that might have been called "the problem of the Heideggerian soul."



Complete texts, integral with footnotes.

 

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Heidegger: The Fieldpath (English Subtitles) 1 of 2

"The Fieldpath" with English subtitles, part one of two. Heidegger reads his 1949 meditative piece "Der Feldweg" (GA 13).
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Hubert L. Dreyfus - Heidegger and Foucault on the Subject, Agency and Practices

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The Work of Art and Truth of Being as "Historical": Reading Being and Time, "The Origin of the Work of Art," and the "Turn" (Kehre) in Heidegger’s Philosophy of the 1930s (James Magrini)

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Aquinas and Heidegger on the Relationship Between Philosophy and Theology | Wenzinger | Analecta Hermeneutica

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Heidegger and the "Greek Experience" of Nature-ΦΥΣΙΣ-Being

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Heidegger seemed to have become expecially frustrated that his earlier formulations were still not understood in the proper way - as he would often say, primarily because we who are accustomed to speaking of "beings" only as static "objects" and "facts" have lost the ability to "hear" the names of Being as the Greeks heard them.

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Mondo e mito. L'analisi dell'esistenza mitica in Martin Heidegger | De Gennaro | Idee

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Poiēsis and technē in Foucault and Heidegger: Towards an Aesthetics of Free Being

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"Foucault’s writings in Discipline and Punish, The History of Sexuality and later essays, lectures and interviews suggests a way of understanding power – power not simply in terms of the production of bodies and behaviours, but power as a finite...
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Human, All too Human 2 - Martin Heidegger Full - BBC

Human, All Too Human is a three-part 1999 documentary television series produced by the BBC. It follows the lives of three prominent European philosophers: Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, and Jean-Paul Sartre. The theme of this documentary revolves heavily around the school of philosophical thought known as existentialism, although the term had not been coined at the time of Nietzsche's writing, and Heidegger declaimed the label. The documentary is named after the 1878 book written by Nietzsche, titled Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits.
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Martin Heidegger - Der Spiegel Interview 1966 (English translation):

Martin Heidegger - Der Spiegel Interview 1966 (English translation): | Martin Heidegger | Scoop.it

This is the famous "Der Spiegel Interview" from 1966 in which Heidegger discusses the current crisis of nihilism and his rejection of some kind of fusion of East and West. A return to, and a resuscitation of the Western Tradition is here anticipated as essential. Heidegger also here gives some further information which may help one to think about his motives in 1933 and thereafter. It is suggested that this piece be read in conjunction with the essay "On Existentialism", by Leo Strauss, also available on the Internet Archive.

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τὸ γὰρ αὐτὸ νοεῖν ἐστίν τε καὶ εἶναι. (Frag. III)

"For minding and being are the same."
Namely, they are time,
the time-clearing
for all presencing and absencing,
itself unchanging,
unlocatable, placeless,
whereless, bodiless,
non-physical, non-extended,
pre-spatial, prior to place,
within which places make space
and extended things take their places.

If mind and time are the same,
belonging together,
then there is no inside and outside
of so-called consciousness.
So-called reality takes place
within the inconspicuous time-clearing,
presupposing it.

Only in the time-clearing
does mind run up against
occurrents presencing and absencing,
showing themselves,
presenting their looks,
as what or who they are
or are not,
or hiding from mind altogether,
so to speak,
out of mind.

And only to mind
can occurrents present their looks
at all,
absently or presently,
sensuously or non-sensuously.

Today's philosophy cannot think this,
betrothed as it is in deadly wedlock
to science
which,
driven by insatiable will to power,
knows only the calculable, linear,
one-dimensional, real, continuous time
of efficient causality.

Philosophy goes along subserviently,
obsequiously,
not daring to challenge,
locating consciousness inside,
perhaps in the brain,
over against the outside, physical world
and continuing to peddle
the subject of consciousness
from liberal humanism
through impotent ethical injunctions
to aesthetic supplements.

Time is imagined as something physical,
an absolute movement of light,
tied to space
in fraught warping equations
of general relativity,
enabling invention
of the mathematical myth
of a Big Bang.

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Heidegger: The Fieldpath (English Subtitles) 2 of 2

"The Fieldpath" with English subtitles, part two of two. Heidegger reads his 1949 meditative piece "Der Feldweg" (GA 13).
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Heidegger's Aesthetics (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Heidegger is against the modern tradition of philosophical “aesthetics” because he is for the true “work of art” which, he argues, the aesthetic approach to art eclipses. Heidegger's critique of aesthetics and his advocacy of art thus form a complementary whole. Section 1 orients the reader by providing a brief overview of Heidegger's philosophical stand against aesthetics, for art. Section 2 explains Heidegger's philosophical critique of aesthetics, showing why he thinks aesthetics follows from modern “subjectivism” and leads to late-modern “enframing,” historical worldviews Heidegger seeks to transcend from within—in part by way of his phenomenological interpretations of art. Section 3 clarifies this attempt to transcend modern aesthetics from within, focusing on the way Heidegger seeks to build a phenomenological bridge from a particular (“ontic”) work of art by Vincent van Gogh to the ontological truth of art in general. In this way, as we will see, Heidegger seeks to show how art can help lead us into a genuinely meaningful postmodern age. Section 4 concludes by explaining how this understanding of Heidegger's project allows us to resolve the longstanding controversy surrounding his interpretation of Van Gogh.

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S.J. McGrath - The Early Heidegger and Medieval Philosophy. Phenomenology for the Godforsaken. (Analecta Hermeneutica)

S.J. McGrath - The Early Heidegger and Medieval Philosophy. Phenomenology for the Godforsaken. (Analecta Hermeneutica) | Martin Heidegger | Scoop.it
S.J. McGrath. The Early Heidegger and Medieval Philosophy. Phenomenology for the Godforsaken. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2006.
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Jean-Pierre Dupuy "Cybernetics is an Antihumanism: Advanced Technologies and the Rebellion Against the Human Condition"

Jean-Pierre Dupuy is professor of social and political philosophy and director of the
Centre de Recherche en Épistémologie Appliquée at the École Polytechnique, Paris. At
Stanford University, he is a researcher at the Center for the Study of Language and Information and professor of political science by courtesy. A member of the French Academy of Technology, Dupuy’s research interests encompass cultural theory, social and
political philosophy, the cognitive sciences, the epistemology of the social sciences, and
the relationship of critical theory to logical and scientific thinking, extending to the
paradoxes of rationality and the philosophical underpinnings and the future societal and
ethical impacts of the convergence of nanotechnology, biotechnology, information
technology, and cognitive science. His book, The Mechanization of the Mind (2000), examined how the founders of cybernetics laid the foundations not only for cognitive
science, but also artificial intelligence, and foreshadowed the development of chaos
theory, complexity theory, and other scientific and philosophical breakthroughs. His
recent publications include La Panique (2003), Aux origines des sciences cognitives (2005),
and Retour de Tchernobyl journal d'un homme en colère (2006).

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