Available now, Haase’s essay for the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, online in advance of the paper edition.
Ullrich Haase– ‘Approaching Heidegger’s History of Being Through the Black Notebooks’ (Originally published online: 20 November 2019).
Abstract: This essay explores the importance of the Black Notebooks (GA 94-99) beyond their contribution to Heidegger’s political biography. While attention has up to now focused almost exclusively on other matters, the Black Notebooks offer new perspectives on Heidegger’s writings from the 1930s and 1940s, and beyond. The essay argues, that any reading of Heidegger’s later work that tries to ignore the question for the History of Being, as it moves from a consideration of the Meaning of Being to the History of Being, is doomed to misunderstand the whole of Heidegger’s thought. Therefore, if one wants to mobilize Heidegger’s thinking as a response to the great questions of our age, which this essay identifies as those of Global Warming, Globalisation, Nihilism and the Nightmare of the Manipulated Human Being, then one needs to force the question of history as the central problem underlying any future potentiality of Heidegger’s philosophical impact.
Full article: https://doi.org/10.1080/00071773.2019.1690181
Ullrich Haase, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Department of History, Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK
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