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Revista de filosofía

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Abstract

AURENQUE STEPHAN, Diana del Carmen. HEIDEGGER Y EL "ENREDO" DE LA FILOSOFÍA CON LA POLÍTICA: SOBRE SU ORIGEN ROMÁNTICO-PLATÓNICO. Rev. filos. [online]. 2010, vol.66, pp. 195-213. ISSN 0718-4360.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-43602010000100012.

This paper interprets the "entanglement" of Heidegger's philosophy with National Socialism from a perspective which differs from that of his critics and defenders. Heidegger's "politics " is indeed connected with National Socialism, but it identifies itself neither with the Nazi ideology nor with traditional politics. His "politics" is the expression of a philosophical-romantic project related to a particular reading of Hólderlin and to a Platonic conception of philosophy. To recognize the meta-political nature of his thinking requires rethinking the "Heidegger affair" from a standpoint that asks for the relationship between philosophy and myth.

Keywords : Heidegger; National Socialism; spirit; Hólderlin; George's circle; von Hellingrath.

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