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Silvia Benso

Ethics ? The figure of the Führer reigns powerfully in the Self-Assertion of the German University, the rectoral address Heidegger delivered in 1933. 33 From the opening sentence onward, Heidegger asserts that the assumption of the rectorate amounts to a spiritual mission.34 The meaning of this is

David Ingram

opposition of difference, must inevitably lead to the annihilation of community itself. It is precisely this experience, Nancy contends, that explains the Nazi myth. Germany never had a stable identity and the anarchy of the Weimar Republic contributed even further to disenchantment with rational abstrac

Raymond Cohen

forgiven. Indeed, there is now a special relationship between Germany and Israel, and the expression of anti-German sentiments is uncommon these days in Israel. How can we explain the paradox? Without in any way equating Vatican aloofness with Nazi guilt for the death camps, it is enlightening to compare

Herbert Spiegelberg

1979, in a German Interview with Sartre, Rupert Neudeck reported Sartre saying: Pierre Victor and I do not publish our personal ideas, but we oppose them to each other, confront them, ideas which some- times contradict each other and which sometimes agree.6 6 At this time the conversations between

John D. Caputo

of my foreign languages: French, English, German, Greek, Latin, the philosophic, metaphilosophic, Christian, etc." (Psy. 562 n. 1 /DNT, 135 n. 13). He writes in French even though the Vichy sponsored government in Algeria, and this without the intervention of the Nazis (Circon., 266/Circum., 288

Mark Rolfe

frivolity with a deeply serious intent. 46 When the cartoons’ controversy reached its peak in early 2006, others followed Johnson’s line of argument. Roger Koppel, the editor of Germany’s Die Welt , defi antly reprinted the caricatures as an affi rmation of free speech, as did a number of newspapers, and

Emmanuel Levinas

'Jears Wahl sans avoiT ni - ", was published in E. Levinas, X. Tilliette, P. Ricoeur, Jean Wahl et Gabriel Marcel, Paris. Beauchesne. 1976, pp. 13-31. 177 benevolent friendship, regained after a long captivity in Germany; regular con- ferences since 1947 at the College Philosophique which Wahl

Robert Bernasconi

, the extraordinary weight Arendt gave to maintaining the distinctness of the political was not simply a consequence of her championing of Greek ideas. It derived from her own experience of statelessness. From the time of her flight from Nazi Germany in 1933 to her successful application for American

Gerald Bruns

forestry commando unit for Jewish prisoners of war in Nazi Germany. An extraordinary coincidence was the fact that the camp bore the number 1492, the year of the expulsion of Jews from Spain under the Catholic Ferdinand V. Th e French uniform still protected us from Hitlerian violence. But the other men

Penelope Deutscher

related, immunitary (and thanatopolitical) phenomena, as in a discussion in Bios of what he describes as attempts under Nazi Germany to avert sterilization through the device of sterilization. See Roberto Esposito, Bios: Biopolitics and Philosophy , trans. Timothy Campbell (Minneapolis: University of