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Reiner Schürmann

Reiner Schürmann

(1941–93) was a German philosopher. He was born in Amsterdam and lived in Germany, Israel, and France before immigrating to the United States in the 1970s, where he was professor and director of the Department of Philosophy at the New School for Social Research in New York. He is the author of three books on philosophy: Heidegger on Being and Acting, Wandering Joy, and Broken Hegemonies. Origins is his only work of fiction. He never wrote nor published in his native German.
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Bibliography
  • English
  • 2018
  • 2016
    Origins, Zürich, diaphanes
  • French
  • 2005
    Maître Eckhart ou la joie errante, Paris, Rivages
  • 2003
    Les origines : Récit, Toulouse , Presses universitaires du Mirail
  • 1996
    Des hégémonies brisées, Mauvezin , Trans-Europ-Repress
  • 1984
    Politique et déconstruction : Heideberg et les fondements de la philosophie pratique: Mémoire ou thèse, Lille , A.N.R.T
  • 1982
    Le principe d‘anarchie: Heidegger et la question de l‘agir, Paris, Seuil
  • origin
  • migration
  • memory
  • National Socialism
  • post-war period
  • trauma
  • youth
  • autobiography
  • identity
  • childhood
  • post-war generation
  • homosexuality
  • 1968
  • emigration
  • primal scene