RE "On Brinks and..."

For a fairly neutral overview of Heidegger's engagement with
"modernity", along with an account of the philosophical roots of his
political views and allegiances see: Michael Zimmerman's _Heidegger's
Confrontation With Modernity_.

For a treatment of the political subtext of Heidegger's
philosophical discourse (_BT_) see Pierre Bourdieu's _The Political
Ontology Of Martin Heidegger_.

These two books are worth taking a look at because they are not
primarily concerned with Heidegger's "politics", but with how his politics
are related to his "philosophy".

Chris Hargens

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