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FILOSOFIA MODERNA Y CONTEMPORÁNEA
FREEDOM AND FAILURE
FREEDOM AND FAILURE. HEIDEGGER'S ANARCHY
2015
104
978-0-7456-9523-5
ENGLISH

sinopsis

Martin Heidegger is widely regarded as one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth-century and his seminal text Being and Time is considered one of the most significant texts in contemporary philosophy. Yet his name has also been mired in controversy because of his affiliations with the Nazi regime, his failure to criticize its genocidal politics and his subsequent silence about the holocaust. Now, according to Heidegger?s wishes, and to complete the publication of his multi-volume Complete Works, his highly controversial and secret ?Black Notebooks? have been released to the public. These notebooks reveal the extent to which Heidegger?s ?personal Nazism? was neither incidental nor opportunistic, but part of his philosophical ethos. So, why would Heidegger, far from destroying them, allow these notebooks, which contain examples of this extreme thinking, to be published?
In this revealing new book, Peter Trawny, editor of Heidegger?s complete works in German, confronts these questions and, by way of a compelling study of his theoretical work, shows that Heidegger was committed to a conception of freedom that is only beholden to the judgement of the history of being; that is, that to be free means to be free from the prejudices, norms, or mores of one's time. Whoever thinks the truth of being freely exposes themselves to the danger of epochal errancy...


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