Eric Schwitzgebel provides a translation to the preface of a 1935 issue of the journal Kant-Studien, which shows just how much the academy (obviously not just Heidegger) rolled over Kantian and other philosophical terms (will, etc.) to demonstrate their adherence to Nazi philosophy: Splintered Mind: The 1935 Preface to Kant-Studien.
A fair take in the New Yorker, with a summary of a recent conference in New York on the subject of the black notebooks: Is Heidegger Contaminated by Nazism? : The New Yorker.
From University of Chicago Press and edited by Alan Schrift, with new titles out this month: Book Series: The History of Continental Philosophy.
An excellent set of commentaries at the S&S now with a commentary by Adam David Morton: A fifth commentary on Henri Lefebvre’s ‘Dissolving City, Planetary Metamorphosis’ added | Society and Space – Environment and Planning D.
This is an update to an original article now open access at S&S: The City as Open Source Pedagogy – Alberto Corsín Jiménez | Society and Space – Environment and Planning D.
Jonathan Freedman discusses the recent biography of Paul DeMan in the LARB, but largely also recent academic trends: Deconstructing De Man in the Digital Age