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Heidegger's Fascist Affinities
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Contents and AbstractsPrologue: Hidden in Plain Sight chapter abstract 1Heidegger's Politics of Silence chapter abstract 2Voelkisch Affinities and the Renewal of the German Spirit chapter abstract 3The Unsaid in Being and Time chapter abstract 4Withdrawal in Aristotle's Metaphysics chapter abstract 5Being the Measure: The Pedagogy of Male Self-Mastery chapter abstract 6Being without Measure: Silencing the Feminine chapter abstract 7Land and Volk: The Silent Place of the Black Notebooks chapter abstract Epilogue: Philosophy and Totalitarianism chapter abstract chapter abstract

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Adam Knowles is Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy at Drexel University.

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"Heidegger's insistence on the authority of the silent led him to view National Socialism as a panacea for modernity's technological attempt to render transparent all that is spoken and known. Adam Knowles's exceptional book opens up a new window onto the philosopher's embrace of Nazism and its attack on World Jewry." -- Michael Meng * Clemson University *
"This game-changing book delivers a profound assessment of Martin Heidegger's anti-Semitism and Nazism. Combining painstaking historical research with astute analysis, Adam Knowles raises key questions about philosophy's resolve to resist complicity in oppressive politics." -- John K. Roth * Claremont McKenna College *
"Adam Knowles integrates a rigorous reading of Heidegger's published writings and lecture courses with a nuanced discussion of the notorious Black Notebooks. The result is a new and challenging approach to the philosopher's silence about the Holocaust that cannot be ignored." -- Robert Bernasconi * Pennsylvania State University *
"Adam Knowles's innovative and elegantly written book invites everyone concerned about the impact of authoritarian regimes to ponder the past-and the present-anew. Knowles illuminates the integral nature of Heidegger's politics and philosophy with amazing clarity, never losing sight of the big-picture question: how the humanities respond to totalitarian rule." -- Deborah Dwork * Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies *

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