Scarlet and black

COMMENTARY Scarlet and black The Italian revisionist controversy Tobias Abse T he consequences of the gradual loss of a collective historical memory in those parts of the European continent most closely integrated into the circuits of global capital and most subject to cultural Americanization grow increasingly threatening. As those of us opposed to postmodernism have […]

The German as pariah

The German as pariah Karl Jaspers and the question of German guilt Anson Rabinbach A great deal has been written about Heidegger’s involvement with National Socialism, and still more about his notorious silence about the crimes of the regime to which he lent his support and enthusiasm. Much has been and will continue to be […]

On National Identity

On National Identity A Response to Jonathan Ree Ross Poole Jonathan Ree’s ‘Internationality’l makes a number of significant contributions to the sparse philosophical literature on nationalism. The concept which gives the paper its title promises, I think, to be particularly useful. Just as we are now accustomed to think of individual subjects as constituted in […]