Heidegger, Martin: Anmerkungen I-V (Schwarze Hefte 1942–1948)
Herausgegeben von Peter Trawny
The 'Anmerkungen I-V' were written between 1942 and 1948 (the volume also contains the "Black Notebook" that until recently was considered lost). As in the Überlegungen (GA 94–96), they unfold a unique and impressive web of thought. Heidegger's idea of a history of being begins to fade in favor of the detached thinking of the 'fourfold'. Nevertheless, the problematic interpretations of Judaism that emerged in the 'Überlegungen' resurface in the course of Heidegger´s idiosyncratic interpretation of the Germans’ intellectual decline. Heidegger experiences the post-war period as tantamount to a self-betrayal of the German mission to bring about the 'other beginning' of the history of being. Linked to this, Heidegger begins to come to grips not only with the ultimate failure of his project of a reconstruction of the German university during his infamous rectorate in 1933/34, but also on the ban from teaching pronounced by the French occupation authorities in 1946. The recordings contained in this volume thus for the first time unveil Heideggers´s painful attempts at re-orientation.
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