There are two main interpretation of the “sources” of Heidegger’s antisemitism. One is that it is due to the absence of subjec- tively rational control in his philosophy, the other that it is a manifestation of an imperfect overcoming of subjectivity. We show that both are wrong: the cause is his abandoning of an early, inconsistent pragmatism (in Sein und Zeit) in favour of an onto-historical determinism (a voluntarism of Being), which is theologically motivated. We also show that “sources” cannot be taken in an inferential sense: antisemitism is a hate crime, not a philosophical position, so any talk about metaphysical or ontological antisemitism is not strictly motivated. So is Heidegger’s reference to Hölderlin as a prophet of German destiny.
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|Titolo:||Heidegger, i Quaderni neri e la cultura continentale|
|Citazione:||Varnier, G., & Vallebona, G. (2015). Heidegger, i Quaderni neri e la cultura continentale. IDEE, 5(10), 55-80.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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