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Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business. In , at the height of World War II, Martin Heidegger, the most influential philosopher of the twentieth century, delivered a series of lectures on The Ister, Friedrich Holderlin's poem about the Danube River, which referred to the waterway by its ancient Greek name.

Heidegger had achieved worldwide fame in for his philosophical magnum opus, Being and Time. In , Heidegger embraced the National Socialist 'revolution,' becoming rector of Freiburg University. His inaugural address culminated in "Heil Hitler! Eight years later, as the tide of the war was turning against Germany, Heidegger spent the summer semester lecturing on the poetry of Friedrich Holderlin, focusing on his poem The Ister. Rather than an esoteric retreat into the realm of aesthetics, Heidegger's lectures directly addressed the political, cultural and military chaos facing Germany and the world in Create Make social videos in an instant: use custom templates to tell the right story for your business.

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The film had its premiere at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in The film is also concerned with a number of other themes, including: time , poetry , technology , home , war , politics , myth , National Socialism , the Holocaust , the ancient Greek polis , Sophocles , Antigone , Agnes Bernauer , Edmund Husserl , the battle of Vukovar , and the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. Other interviews are conducted with a bridge engineer Nemanja Calic , an amateur botanist Tobias Maier , and a Romanian archaeologist Alexandru Suceveanu. An extended interview with philosopher Werner Hamacher is also included as one of the "extra features" on the DVD. Eventually the film arrives at Donaueschingen , and at the Breg and the Brigach , the two tributaries whose confluence marks the point at which the river becomes known as the Danube. It has won two awards:.

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In , at the height of World War II, Martin Heidegger, the most influential philosopher of the twentieth century, delivered a series of lectures on The Ister, Friedrich Holderlin's poem about the Danube River, which referred to the waterway by its ancient Greek name. Heidegger had achieved worldwide fame in for his philosophical magnum opus, Being and Time. In , Heidegger embraced the National Socialist 'revolution,' becoming rector of Freiburg University. His inaugural address culminated in "Heil Hitler! Eight years later, as the tide of the war was turning against Germany, Heidegger spent the summer semester lecturing on the poetry of Friedrich Holderlin, focusing on his poem The Ister. Rather than an esoteric retreat into the realm of aesthetics, Heidegger's lectures directly addressed the political, cultural and military chaos facing Germany and the world in

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