Michael Weinman


Michael Weinman, a senior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, is professor of philosophy and politics at Bard College Berlin. He is the author or editor of six books, most recently Hannah Arendt and Politics, written with Maria Robaszkiewicz.

What Heidegger’s Notebooks Don’t Tell Us

from Markets and the Good, Volume 25, Number 3

We have a book that seems aimed at thwarting efforts by decent humanist scholars to read Heidegger for any reason other than to condemn him.

Hannah Arendt and the Loss of a Common World

from By Theory Possessed, Volume 25, Number 1

The practice of exercising judgment requires that very common sense upon which a common world is based.

Gnosticism in Modernity, or Why History Refuses to End

from Hope Itself, Volume 24, Number 3

Contending with a radical distrust of the created world.