Category Archives: Martin Heidegger

Heidegger’s Existentialism
Political Implications
Karl Löwith

followed by My Last Meeting with Heidegger, Rome 1936 Author’s Bio It is possible that a philosopher could be guilty of a compromise with political authority in an apparently inconsequential manner; he himself might be aware of this. But what he could not be aware of is the possibility that this apparent compromise with authority […]

Heidegger and Lacan
their most important difference
Janne Kurki

This paper presents only one main proposition: the most important difference – a kind of founding difference – between Heidegger and Lacan is formed by the question of science and the related theme of the formalization of language. This founding difference between them induces, in a way, all the other differences between them. The reader […]