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Author Petzet, Heinrich Wiegand, 1909-1997.

Title Encounters and dialogues with Martin Heidegger, 1929-1976 / Heinrich Wiegand Petzet ; translated by Parvis Emad and Kenneth Maly ; with an introduction by Parvis Emad
Published Chicago : University of Chicago Press, [1993]
©1993

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Description xxxi, 251 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: Translators' Note -- Introduction: Elements of an Intellectual Portrait in H. W. Petzet's -- Memoirs, by Parvis Emad -- Preface -- On the Way with Martin Heidegger -- 1. The First Encounter -- The Metaphysics Lecture of 1929 -- The Visit to Bremen -- "Who Is This Heidegger, Anyway?" -- 2. In the Third Reich -- Chancellor of the University of Freiburg, 1933 -- Contact Renewed -- During the War -- 3. Heidegger's Work and Its Impact after 1945 -- In the Public Eye? -- The Club of Bremen -- Buhlerhohe -- The Munich Academy -- 4. Dialogues -- Notes from the Fifties -- Reflections on the Spiegel Interview of 1966 -- 5. The Encounters -- Egon Vietta -- Erhart Kastner -- Ludwig von Ficker -- Clara Rilke -- Hertha Koenig -- Andrei Voznesensky -- The Clergyman from St. Alban: Paul Hassler -- Jean Beaufret -- 6. Heidegger's Association with Art -- Art and Artists -- "The Green Painter": Paula Becker-Modersohn -- Heinrich Vogeler -- Van Gogh and Cezanne -- Picasso and Braque -- Paul Klee -- The "Posthistorical Picture": A Digression -- Sculpture: Wimmer and Chillida -- 7. Greece and Buddha -- In a Greek Light -- The Monk from Bangkok -- 8. The Autumn Years -- Living in Freiburg -- Hikes around Todtnauberg -- A Hebel Day -- The Brothers from Messkirch -- Isolation and Solitude -- 9. Farewell -- Between Seventy and Eighty -- The Deaths of Kastner and Burckhardt -- The Final Path -- A Legacy -- Acknowledgments -- Notes -- Chronology -- Biographical Notes -- Index
Summary Despite his predominance in twentieth-century philosophy, no intellectual biography of Martin Heidegger has yet appeared. This account of Heidegger's personal relations, originally published in German and extensively corrected by the author for this translation, enlarges our understanding of a complex figure. A well-known art historian and an intimate friend of Heidegger's, Heinrich Wiegand Petzet provides a rich portrait of Heidegger that is part memoir, part biography, and part cultural history. By recounting chronologically a series of encounters between the two friends from their meeting in 1929 until the philosopher's death in 1976, as well as between Heidegger and other contemporaries, Petzet reveals not only new aspects of Heidegger's thought and attitudes toward the historical and intellectual events of his time but also the greater cultural and social context in which he articulated his thought. Recorded here are encounters between Heidegger and Clara Rilke, Jean Beaufret, Paul Celan, Ludwig von Ficker, Andrei Voznesensky, and others. In addition, Petzet shows the formative influence that any artists such as Paula Becker-Modersohn, van Gogh, Cezanne, and Klee exerted on Heidegger. Petzet gives the reader a deeper understanding of aspects of Heidegger's life and thought that are frequently neglected, such as his appreciation of Greek thought and culture and his interest in Buddhism and Eastern thought. The book also deals at length with, Heidegger's controversial involvement with - and attitude toward - the Nazi party, both during his rectorship of the University of Freiburg in 1933-34 and afterward. Parvis Emad's thoughtful Introduction helps orient the book for an English-speaking audience and further examines the nature of Heidegger's political engagement with Nazism. Also included in this volume are several letters of Heidegger not otherwise available
Analysis Germany
Philosophy
Germany
Philosophy
Notes Spine title: Encounters & dialogues with Martin Heidegger
Translation of: Auf einen Stern zugehen
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 239-241) and index
Notes Translation of: Auf einen Stern zugehen
Subject Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976.
Philosophers -- Germany -- Biography.
Genre/Form Biographies.
Author Emad, Parvis.
LC no. 92030966
ISBN 0226664414 (cloth : alk. paper)
Other Titles Auf einen Stern zugehen. English
Encounters & dialogues with Martin Heidegger
Encounters & dialogues with Martin Heidegger