Heidegger's silence. - Lang, Berel.

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Explores the question of why the twentieth-century German philosopher, Martin Heidegger, did not address the issues of Jewish assimilation and Nazi genocide, and suggests that the answer may lie in Heidegger's view of the Germans' role in history. UP.
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1996Uitgever: Ithaca / London, Cornell University Press, 1996.130 paginasTaal: EngelsISBN-10: 080143310XISBN-13: 9780801433108
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