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Why younger generation of Israeli scholars is interested in Nazi philosopher Heidegger

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Published: 18 September 2017

Last updated: 5 March 2024

Heidegger’s philosophy is experiencing a renaissance among Israelis while being attacked in Germany, his birthplace.

Why It's Futile to Boycott Top Nazi Philosopher Martin Heidegger (Haaretz)
We are at the height of a wave of interest in Heidegger’s philosophy in the world of Hebrew books. Those responsible for the translations are mainly members of a younger generation of Israeli scholars, many of whom live in Berlin (Sep 16)

Photo: Heidegger’s “Black Notebooks” (WEISSBROD / dpa Picture-Al)


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