203 Poggeler is now responding to accusations that he originally allowed Heidegger's entanglement in politics to remain unconsidered. In that matter his book bears the imprimatur of Heidegger's attempt to read history backwardly, or to erase it. Poggeler also wants to express his "definite position vis a vis the effect of Heidegger's thinking". But he does not re-work his original text; he sandwiches it between evocative slices of recent thinking which are supposed to help us to accept or reject Heideg- ger's path. In this ambiguous attempt by Poggeler to settle account with his history with Heidegger, he emerges as living proof of a peculiar way of thinking that he learned so well from his master: Do not burn all your bridges back to past successes, just set them on fire. This book should be read against the backdrop of what Poggeler has written elsewhere: that inauthenticity is not simply something which can be conquered once and for all, but that the way to authenticity is cut along a razor's edge. Richard J. Alapack Ielease Institute of Forensic Psychology BOOK REVIEWS Wade, Carole and Tavris, Carol. Psychology. New York: Harper & Row, 1987, 700 pp + 65; $36.00
Journal of Phenomenological Psychology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1988
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