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Tobias Keiling

1 Understanding the Black Notebooks concerns not only an individual biography, a dark episode of the history of ideas or the psychology of a thinker. Heidegger’s notes document more than that. They claim to convince, to reason, to think—even in the emphatic sense of philosophical intensity

In June 1992 the Heads of State and Government of eleven countries (Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine) attended a summit in Istanbul which resulted in the signing of the Summit Declaration on Black Sea Economic Co-operation. Serbia

An Agrarian History of Portugal, 1000-2000

Economic Development on the European Frontier


Edited by Dulce Freire and Pedro Lains

This book follows the renovation of European economic history towards a more unified interpretation of sources of growth and stagnation. To better understand the diversity of patterns of growth, we need to look beyond the study of the industrialization of the core economies, and explore the centuries before it occurred. Portuguese agriculture was hardly ever at the European productivity and technological forefront and the distance from it varied substantially across the second Millennium. Yet if we look at the periods of the Christian Reconquista, the recovery from the Black Death, the response to the globalization of the Renaissance, to the eighteenth century economic enlightenment, or to nineteenth century industrialization, we may conclude that agriculture in this country of the European periphery was often adaptive and dynamic. The fact that economic backwardness was not overcome by the end of the period is no longer the most relevant aspect of that story.

Contributors are: Luciano Amaral, Amélia Branco, Dulce Freire, António Henriques, Pedro Lains, Susana Münch Miranda, Margarida Sobral Neto, Jaime Reis, Ana Maria Rodrigues, José Vicente Serrão and Ester G. Silva.

David Farrell Krell

consideration or respectability—rather, because fully occupied by and preoccupied with struggle —against the nonessence of being” (94:85). What one in fact sees throughout the Black Notebooks is the increasingly violent polemic against everyone and everything, a polemic that suffocates every conceivable

Decentering the “White Working Class”

A Critical Response to William E. Connolly’s Aspirational Fascism

Meghana Nayak

Flint’s black community members, or if he would have found it remarkable if a black resident of Flint refused to vote for Trump. Flint is 56 % black. African American residents of Flint and other areas of Michigan had no interest in voting for Hillary Clinton. But they did not “give in” to Trump. They

Christian Lequesne, Gabriel Castillo, Minda Holm, Walid Jumblatt Abdullah, Halvard Leira, Kamna Tiwary and Reuben Wong

Narrative In Brazil, the notion of ethnic diversity essentially revolves around the social integration of the descendants of black African slaves, called Afrodescendentes , which composed at least half of the population in 2019. Within the MFA , African Brazilian diplomats constituted less than 1 per cent