Limiting itself to condemn Heidegger’s antisemitism trying to save his philosophy is a desperate attempt, because the antisemitism of the author of Being and Time does not have a naturalistic dimension, but a cultural one: for him ‘world Jewry’ is above all synonymous of modernity and humanism. Heidegger’s philosophy must be rejected not (only) as antisemitic, but (especially) as inherently reactionary.

Heidegger “inocente”: um exorcismo da esquerda pós-moderna

AZZARA', GIUSEPPE STEFANO
2016-01-01

Abstract

Limiting itself to condemn Heidegger’s antisemitism trying to save his philosophy is a desperate attempt, because the antisemitism of the author of Being and Time does not have a naturalistic dimension, but a cultural one: for him ‘world Jewry’ is above all synonymous of modernity and humanism. Heidegger’s philosophy must be rejected not (only) as antisemitic, but (especially) as inherently reactionary.
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