Chighel, Michael: Kabale
Das Geheimnis des Hebräischen Humanismus im Lichte von Heideggers Denken
The discussions about Heidegger's "Schwarze Hefte" seem to have calmed down. Positions have been taken, defended, and are not likely to be moved. While his conservative apologists will not tolerate any criticism directed towards Heidegger, others are wont to indifferently settle everything the philosopher thought against his political statements. More balanced interpretations tend to be attacked by both sides. No explicitly Jewish voice, however, has so far been heard on the controversial question of whether Heidegger took an anti-Semitic position in the "Schwarze Hefte". In this book, Michael Chighel, who lives in Jerusalem, dedicates an intensive investigation to Heidegger's comments on Judaism which yields surprising insights. According to Chighel, the real problem of these infamous statements is not anti-Semitism, but rather another aspect of Heidegger's relationship to Judaism – its stubborn opposition to a humanism firmly rooted in religious Judaism. Chighel's interpretations, which also serve as an introduction to the foundations of Jewish religious thinking, thus lead to considerations that deserve the broadest attention in the discussion of Heidegger's thinking.
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