Above: Filmmaker Jeffrey van Davis talks with philosophy professor, Stephen Hicks, about the first screening of his Heidegger documentary – first screened at the University of Freiburg in the very auditorium where Martin Heidegger, in 1933, gave his famous “Rector Speech” – 3 weeks before joining the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. i.e. The Nazi Party. The first thing Heidegger did as Rector was to eliminate the University’s democratic structures, including those that had elected him Rector.
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