Only a God Can Save Us: Martin Heidegger and the Third ReichFilm Screening and Discussion
March 17th 2010, Wednesday, 6:00pm, Proshansky Auditorium
Join us for the American premiere of the documentary Only A God Can Save Us, a critical examination of Martin Heidegger’s thought and actions during the Third Reich. Fifteen years in the making, the film reveals how essential elements of Heidegger’s philosophy led him to become an enthusiastic supporter of Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist revolution. The film also addresses his long post-war silence about the Holocaust and his reluctance to make a public apology. Following the screening we will host a discussion with filmmaker Jeffery Van Davis and Richard Wolin, Distinguished Professor of History, the Graduate Center.
Co-sponsored by the PhD Program in History
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Added by Center for the Humanities on February 9, 2010