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Heidegger

Martin . 1889--1976, German existentialist philosopher: he expounded his ontological system in Being and Time (1927)
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Heidegger, who sat watching the experiment with philosophic coolness.
Heidegger, who sat in his carved arm-chair, holding the rose of half a century, which he had rescued from among the fragments of the shattered vase.
Heidegger, holding it in the light of the sunset clouds; "it appears to be fading again.
Despite finding the project "enchanting," Heidegger declines the invitation to participate.
Heidegger was not only an enthusiastic member of the National Socialist Party, but also exercised authority on behalf of the Nazi regime in his role as Rector at the University of Freiburg.
1) But then, if the charge were to stick, this would support those who prefer to regard Heidegger as the philosopher of Being par excellence and avoid having to argue for an alternative, Heideggerian, form of phenomenology.
In the spring of 1933, a few months after Hitler took power, Heidegger joined the Nazi Party and was elected rector of Freiburg University, where his expressed goal was Gleichschaltungthe "alignment" of the academy with the new party-state.
Synopsis: Martin Heidegger (26 September 1889-26 May 1976) was a German philosopher and a seminal thinker in the Continental tradition and philosophical hermeneutics.
Alberto Constante, Imposibles de la filosofia frente a Heidegger, Ediciones Paraiso, Mexico, 2014, 196 pp.
Portuondo): El nazismo y la filosofia de Heidegger, de Tom Rockmore, es un estudio detallado sobre el intrincado tema de las relaciones entre el pensamiento filosofico de Heidegger y su filiacion politica con el nazismo.
But what of Martin Heidegger, whose fundamental ontology of existence (Da-sein) became the source of daseinsanalysis?
She also investigates Heidegger's philosophy between Hitler and H|lderin (1930-1935), the later writings of Heidegger (1935 and after), and Heidegger's place among the theologians.