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In recent years the thought of Martin Heidegger has been the target of many attacks, fueled by the fact that he joined the Nazi Party and openly supported Germany's National Socialist regime. A great number of his detractors point to a fundamental irrationalism allegedly lying at the heart of his philosophy, which, it is claimed, encouraged his involvement with National Socialism. Heidegger's rejection of reason and objective, rationally determined standards is believed to imply that practical norms are merely arbitrary ...

Heidegger, Decisionism and Quietism 2002, Humanity Books

ISBN-13: 9781591020615

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