University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis


224 Pages

ISBN 9781517905026


phenomenology, ecology, politics

Michael Marder

The most controversial philosopher of the twentieth century, Martin Heidegger has influenced generations of intellectuals even as his involvement with Nazism and blatant anti-Semitism have recently prompted some to discard his contributions entirely. Bringing together and reframing more than a decade of Marder’s work on Heidegger, this volume questions the wholesale rejection of Heidegger, arguing that Heidegger’s anti-Semitism is an aberration in his still-relevant ecological and political thought, rather than a defining characteristic.

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Marder, M. (2018). Heidegger: phenomenology, ecology, politics, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.

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