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42287Re: [existlist] Re: BUBER, SARTRE, CAMUS, HEIDEGGER

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  • eupraxis@aol.com
    Oct 4, 2007
      Well, there was an interest in Jewish philosophy as German philosophy resusuitated itself with the post-war interest in Heidegger, and also Sartre was reexamining antisemitism in his later work. Besides Husserl himself, who was actually a practicing Lutheran, and before Levinas was made available to a larger audience, the "I & Thou" approach of Buber was the only game in town in that specific sub-genre, at least here in the USA.

      Kaufmann had always taken a lot of heat for his Nietzsche texts, and ... well, there you have it.

      Wil








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      From: m00dy58 <m00dy58@...>
      To: existlist@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 3:26 pm
      Subject: [existlist] Re: BUBER, SARTRE, CAMUS, HEIDEGGER

























      What ever could have been the question? Kaufman did promote other much

      worthier. although he seemed to favor the theists. Yes?



      m



      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, eupraxis@... wrote: He had had a

      holier than thou kind of fame after Walter Kaufmann 'rediscovered'

      him, and he was (kind of) promoted as an answer to Heidegger.



      Wil





















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