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Martin Heidegger: Human, all too Human

total time: 49:00

Part 1: 8:40

Part 2: 9:11

Part 3: 7:36

Part 4: 7:27

Part 5: 7:30

Part 6: 8:40

 

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  1. Peter
    Posted April 17, 2012 at 5:32 pm | Permalink

    I dislike the perspective of the production which is the usual liberal view, putting much weight on 3rd Reich, in the usual way, as something that needs never-ending justification. Apart from that, interesting, thanks. Maybe there are no other documentaries easily available so one has to resort to that series / source to transmit some basic information about philosophers and philosophy. Hopefully, one day the right will have its own documentaries to counter all the liberal media.

  2. rhondda
    Posted April 16, 2012 at 5:56 pm | Permalink

    Oh, I am sorry,but this is a hoot. Pontificating politically correct men such as those condemning Heidegger make me laugh. Hello, do you always condemn what you don’t understand?
    I do have a confession to make, although not an ablution. The person who first opened my eyes was Mary Daly the radical feminist whom everyone loves to hate and stupid feminists do not even get what she said. I kept searching for one feminist who understood what Daly was about and bloody none get her. She went to the the University of Freiburg, where Heidegger was and was the only woman there. Her PHD thesis was on “Natural Knowledge of God in the Philosophy of Jacques Maritain” : eg the intuition of being.
    She came out at the end as an ecologist and an existentialist, but no stupid feminist could see the parallel as she used language as a disguise and to promote women. I can still hear her cackling. She probably would never admit it, but everything she wrote was
    from an intuition from what great men said and her own experience of nature as alive. I could not understand her silence on what Audre Lorde said about her work until I realized she was an universalist and didn’t realize that Lorde could not understand what she said because Lorde was not white. She was wrong in so many ways, but she also was brilliant. I figure because she was a lesbian, or as some say a nun, she could never understand motherhood and why women would choose their children over careers or love over a career. People hate her, but she was true to herself albeit terribly resentful that the catholic church would not acknowledge her and thus extended that to all men. I will always respect her, even though I kind of like men, especially my sons.

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