- Title Pages
- 1 On the Philosophical Reading of Heidegger: Situating the Black Notebooks
- 2 Heidegger’s Notebooks: A Smoking Gun?
- 3 Reading Heidegger’s Black Notebooks
- 4 The King Is Dead: Martin Heidegger after the Black Notebooks
- 5 Heidegger’s Black Night: The Nachlass and Its Wirkungsgeschichte
- 6 The Role of Martin Heidegger’s Notebooks within the Context of His Oeuvre
- 7 The Critique and Rethinking of Being and Time in the First Black Notebooks
- 8 The Existence of the Black Notebooks in the Background
- 9 The Black Notebooks and Heidegger’s Writings on the Event (1936–1942)
- 10 “Heidegger” and the Jews
- 11 Heidegger and the Shoah
- 12 Heidegger’s Metaphysical Anti-Semitism
- 13 Metaphysics, Christianity, and the “Death of God” in Heidegger’s Black Notebooks (1931–1941)
- 14 Nostalgia, Spite, and the Truth of Being
- 15 On Relevant Events, Then and Now
- 16 Heidegger and National Socialism: Great Hopes, Despair, and Resilience
- 17 Philosophy, Science, and Politics in the Black Notebooks
- 18 Thinking the Oblivion of Thinking: The Unfolding of Machenschaft and Rechnung in the Time of the Black Notebooks
- 19 The Black Notebooks in Their Historical and Political Context
- Reading Heidegger's Black Notebooks 1931-1941
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