The print version of the JBSP Special Issue on Heidegger is out now, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the journal.
Volume 51, Issue 2 of the print version of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology is hitting the streets this week. This issue contains essays based on papers given at the JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference: On the History of Being – After the Black Notebooks, held in Manchester at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation (for Manchester Metropolitan University), 31 May – 2 June 2019.
Heidegger and the Black Notebooks:
Ullrich Haase – ‘Approaching Heidegger’s History of Being Through the Black Notebooks’
Babette Babich – ‘Machenschaft and Seynsgeschichte in the Black Notebooks: Heidegger on Nietzsche’s “Rediscovery” of the Greeks’
Robert Bernasconi – ‘The Overcoming of the Beyng of Machenschaft: Heidegger, Jünger, and T. E. Lawrence’
Francesca Brencio – ‘Heidegger, Catholicism and the History of Being’
Matthew J. Barnard – ‘Power and Freedom in Heidegger’s First Notebook’
Dominic Kelly – ‘The Necessity of Thinking Historically – Heidegger After Nietzsche’
Prabhsharanbir Singh – ‘Auseinandersetzung, Colonialism and Heidegger’s Oblivion of Other Beginnings’
This issue can also be viewed online.The online version of the journal also publishes articles in advance of the paper edition. To read ahead see ‘Latest Articles’ on the JBSP website at our publishers, Taylor and Francis. Access to the JBSP is free to all members of the society, who also receive the quarterly paper copy of the journal as part of their subscription. You can find out more about becoming a member and supporting the BSP on the membership webpage. If you are not a member of the BSP, you can purchase articles from the site, or log in using institutional or personal access via Shibboleth and OpenAthens.