KT Answers: Unterwegs zu Heidegger Cul-De-Sac, pt.1
In this episode of our regular q&a podcast we answer reader’s questions about the influence of Martin Heidegger on Internet based rightist identiterian movements. In the first episode we give an outline of the current state of Heideggeriana in the mainstream academia which seems to lead us to conclusion that Internet fringe apparently understood him far better than his academic followers and interprets. This was made clear mainly by finalization of Heidegger’s Gesamtausgabe and publication of the so called “black notebooks” – diaries which, judging by his own evaluation, contained Heidegger’s most intimate thoughts and the central point of his philosophy. As the end result is that it is now obvious that he was indeed a committed national socialist, at least in the sense of what he understood as meta-political essence of national socialism, and that this is also at the very least quite close to his project of the destruction of traditional metaphysics, the sizeable chunk of contemporary philosophers now seem to realize how they have been building their academic houses quite near the entrance of the underworld, if not even somewhat further down the hole.
In the second part we’ll provide focused criticism of some crucial points in Heidegger’s interpretation of traditional metaphysics that seem to be especially endearing to both average academic Heideggerian or deconstrutionist and fringe dwelling identitarian.
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