Derrida and the Heidegger controversy: Global friendship against racism

  title={Derrida and the Heidegger controversy: Global friendship against racism},
  author={Mark Bevir},
  journal={Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy},
  pages={121 - 138}
  • M. Bevir
  • Published 1 March 2000
  • Sociology
  • Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy
Author(s): Bevir, Mark | Abstract: This essay explores the ethical import of deconstruction through a reading of Derrida on Heidegger. In Of Spirit, Derrida traces through Heidegger’s writings the interplay of “spirit” and spirit. Spirit denotes an involvement with the question of Being, and in thus pointing towards a positive content, it embodies a metaphysical gesture in which a spiritual mission becomes the human essence. In Heidegger’s entanglement with National Socialism, he tied this… Expand
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  • Journal of Postcolonial Writing
  • 2019
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