Politička instrumentalizacija filozofije u Heideggerovu tumačenju Hegela. Obrana Hegela.

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      The author discusses Heidegger's seminars "On the Essence and Concept of Nature, History and State" (1933/1934) and "Hegel on the State" (1934/1935). The only recently published seminars shed a particular light on the relation between Heidegger's thought and National Socialism. This article primarily investigates Heidegger's interpretation of Hegel's definition of the concept, role and task of the state. The author shows that Heidegger's interpretation is in fact an attempt to justify, through arbitrary interpretation of Hegel, his own interpretation and justification of the national-socialist state and its leader as the pinnacle of the Western philosophical understanding of the state. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Autor raspravlja o Heideggerovim seminarima "O biti i pojmu prirode, povijesti i države" iz 1933/1934. te "Hegel o državi" iz 1934/1935. Ti tek nedavno objavljeni seminari bacaju posebnu svjetlost na odnos Heideggerova mišljenja i nacionalsocijalizma. U radu se prvenstveno istražuje Heideggerova interpretacija Hegelova određenja pojma, uloge i zadaće države. Autor pokazuje da Heideggerova interpretacija predstavlja pokušaj da se arbitrarnim tumačenjem Hegela opravda vlastito tumačenje i opravdanje nacionalsocijalističke države i vođe, kao vrhunac zapadnjačkog filozofijskog shvaćanja države. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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