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Some Remarks on Russian Reception of Martin Heidegger’S Philosophy in Connection with the Discussion of “Black Notebooks”

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This article in the form of “reflections” is devoted mainly to the image-building of Heidegger in Russia as a thinker of Being, a conservative critic of late modernity and a “post” philosopher. On the one hand, due to French post-modernism influence on late Soviet and post-Soviet philosophy Russia has developed a special interest in Heidegger’s deconstruction theory. On the other hand, the reception of Heidegger’s criticism of European nihilism, totalitarianism and machine technology as the manifestations of modernity has shaped significantly the account of the “political”. The specifics of Russian reception of Heidegger can also be traced in the rejection of strict division between the “core” of Heidegger’s philosophy and “accidental” conditions related to social and political aspects of his work in 1930s. The current discussion about recently published “Black notebooks” shows not only the fact of existence of a separate language of description and analysis in Russian philosophical field but also an original tendency to holistic consideration of Heidegger’s thinking including not only his existential and historical reflections but also political passages and criticism of civilizational discourse. In addition to the reviews of “Black notebooks” by N.V. Motroshilova, V.V. Mironov and D. Mironova in the last year’s issues of the magazine “Voprosy filosofii” there are earlier works by N.V. Motroshilova, V.V. Bibikhin and A.V. Gulyga related to the debate on Heidegger’s political and ideological commitment which are in focus of attention

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  • Alexander V. Mikhailovsky, 2018. "Some Remarks on Russian Reception of Martin Heidegger’S Philosophy in Connection with the Discussion of “Black Notebooks”," HSE Working papers WP BRP 165/HUM/2018, National Research University Higher School of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:hig:wpaper:165/hum/2018
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    Keywords

    Martin Heidegger; “Black Notebooks”; the history of Being; the thinking of Being; Another Inception Vladimir Bibikhin; Nelli Motroshilova; Arseniy Gulyga;

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    • Z19 - Other Special Topics - - Cultural Economics - - - Other

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