Martin Heidegger Überlegungen ii–vi ( Schwarze Hefte 1931–1938 ). Edited by Peter Trawny. Vol. 94 of Gesamtausgabe. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2014. 536 pp. Martin Heidegger Überlegungen vii–xi ( Schwarze Hefte 1938/39 ). Edited by Peter Trawny. Vol. 95 of Gesamtausgabe. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2014. 456 pp. Martin Heidegger Überlegungen xii–xv ( Schwarze Hefte 1939–1941 ). Edited by Peter Trawny. Vol. 96 of Gesamtausgabe. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, 2014. 286 pp. To review the first three volumes of Heidegger’s Schwarze Hefte (there will eventually be nine of them) is an unpleasant obligation. 1 I was struck with amazement when at a recent conference I heard a distinguished Heidegger scholar use these Notebooks to good effect, finding in them material that made a useful addition to some issues in Heidegger’s Beiträge zur Philosophie (1936–38). Struck with amazement because I myself find very little in these thousand pages that is thought provoking. They do present a dire view of Heidegger in a dire time, and it is important that they be made available to the public. Yet, to repeat, there is precious little here that adds to Heidegger’s more considered Beiträge and other published works of
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