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Greg Becker

Gregor Becker studied Philosophy and German Philology in Germany. His PhD-thesis dealt with the Swiss psychiatrist Medard Boss who developed with the help of Martin Heidegger a fundamental new view on psychotherapy and even medicine. Since 2005, Gregor Becker has been working as a bioethicist at the Jagiellonian University in Poland, and in 2007, he has become Head of the Group for Bio-Ethics in Life Sciences.



Black Forest Melody Between Philosophical Kitsch and Identitarian Ideology: Heidegger´s Pastoral World-View in the Memorial Add

Issue: 0:0 (Early View)
Martin Heidegger – due to his outstanding role in 20th century philosophy, even beyond his grave the person and the philosopher are still subject to controversary discussions about his political attitudes. The question in the centre of the discussions is not if he was politically on the far right, but how far right he was, and also how far right his philosophy is. The details of Heidegger´s political approaches in his work are, however, pretty much cloaked and hidden behind the so typical Heideggerian typical style of writing was not decided for so long. Within Heidegger´s work, there is a short essay that may shed light on the roots and details of his ethnic-identarian thinking: The Memorial Address.