This is a series of articles:
The most important and influential continental philosopher of the last century was also a Nazi. How did he get there? What can we learn from him?
For Heidegger, what defines the human being is the capacity to be puzzled by the deepest of questions: why is there something rather than nothing?
How Heidegger turned Descartes upside down, so that we are, and only therefore think
How do we find ourselves in the world, and how can find our freedom here?