16 August 2017, The Tablet

A philosopher's dark secret: Nazism and theology

by Judith Wolfe

Nazism and theology

A philosopher's dark secret: Nazism and theology
 
The publication in 2014 of Martin Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’, laced with anti-Semitic passages, caused an outcry. But what the Notebooks reveal is that the philosopher’s most virulent quarrel was not with the Jewish people. It was with the Catholic Church.
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