Heidegger and Marx: A Phantasmatic Dialectics

Peter Trawny


What is so different in “Jewish thought”? What is “Jewish” in “Jewish thought”? Or otherwise put: What is so “Jewish” in “Jewish thought” that it is not German, not European? Or is there something in “Jewish thought” that is European, but not German? This article aims to think the anti-Marxian matrix of Heideggerian thinking, the difference between a thinking of Being itself and a thinking of beings. For Heidegger the “history of Being” provides the context for interpreting and understanding Marx’s thinking – also or especially in his assumed Jewish roots.




Heidegger; Marx; Jewish thought

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