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Black Notebooks

The Black Notebooks (German: Schwarze Hefte) are a set of notebooks written by German philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976), which were first published in 2014.[1][2] They were edited by Peter Trawny. Originally a set of small notebooks with black covers in which Heidegger jotted observations, they have been collated into a 1000-page transcript.[3] The first notebook is missing. The subsequent notebooks will be published in the Gesamtausgabe. So far fourteen notebooks have been published encompassing the years 1931-1941 (GA 94-96). The notebooks from 1942-1945 are in private possession but they have already been prepared for publication. The notebooks contain more explicitly anti-Semitic content than Heidegger's previously published writings,[1] reigniting the debate about Heidegger's Nazism and its relationship to his philosophical project.

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  1. ^ a b Paul Hockenos, "Release of Heidegger’s 'Black Notebooks' Reignites Debate Over Nazi Ideology"
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  3. ^ Jonathan Rée, "In defence of Heidegger" Prospect


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