Kaveh Nassirin

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Kaveh Nassirin (born 1965 in Hamburg ) is an Iranian-German publicist , author and philosophical essayist .

life and work

Nassirin heard analytical philosophy and philosophy of language, then turned to Ernst Cassirer's semiotic thought , but initially published in literary form in Hunzinger Verlag: u. a. Nedjad , about the cultural conflict between Orient and Occident, and Warte, only wait a while about the pre-Nazi murder of the Hanoverian police employee and mass murderer Fritz Haarmann . In 1990 he received the Hamburg Prize for Literature for the latter work . In 1996, his story Im Chaos der Zeiten was published in the Hamburger Ziegel .

Nassirin has worked as a freelance journalist since the early 1990s, including for the Hamburger Abendblatt , Die Woche , the Wochenpost , the taz , the Süddeutsche Zeitung and Spiegel Special . His approximately 200–250 contributions included medical ethics, physics, psychology, contemporary history, law and justice, and politics. For a contribution about the fear of racism after the riots in Hoyerswerda , Nassirin received the bronze medal of the Art Directors Club in 1992 .

In the case of the public mistreatment of the journalist Oliver Neß by police officers on May 30, 1994, Nassirin uncovered through the publication of protocols from internal files of the Hamburg public prosecutor's office in 1996 that Neß had been observed by the police and also by the state security department before the incident 331) was known. The revelation intervened in the proceedings of the Hamburg investigative committee "Hamburg Police" .

Nassirin has been living in seclusion in Lazio since 2005 . He "wrote works on applied semiotics , on the work of Martin Heidegger " and Ernst Cassirer and on topics of religion, mythology and archeology, including the essay Bacchic Wedding in the Villa of Mysteries , an "archaeological and art-historical detective decoding of the famous Pompeian frescoes ", And" after about two decades of withdrawn work, did not decide to publish again until 2018 "( Gerhard Oberschlick ).

After the philosopher Sidonie Kellerer and the linguist François Rastier referred in several newspaper articles in France in 2017 to an unknown paper that proves that the philosopher Martin Heidegger participated in the preparation of the Nuremberg Laws and the implementation of the Holocaust , Nassirin published the document in July 2018 in the FAZ , rejected the allegations as "completely untenable" and as " alternative truths " and thus triggered the debate about Martin Heidegger and fake news .

Works (selection)

Literary publications

  • Nedjad , Hunzinger Verlag, Bad Homburg, 1989, google books
  • Wait, just wait a while , Hunzinger Verlag, Bad Homburg, 1990, google books
  • Infam , Ed., 1990, google books
  • Radio play for the night , author., 1996 google books
  • In the chaos of times , in: Jürgen Abel, Robert Galitz, Wolfgang Schönel (Eds.): Hamburger Ziegel: Jahrbuch für Literatur , Volume V, Dölling and Galitz, Hamburg, 1996, ISBN 3-930802-35-X .


Philosophical essays

  • Heidegger's linguistic images of bottomlessness and uprooting and their antonyms 1922–1938 / 39: On stylistics, interpretation and translation , FORVM, October 2018
  • Martin Heidegger and the 'legal philosophy' of the Nazi era , FORVM, October 2018 a . PhilPapers pdf
  • Shipwreck of a semiotic: On François Rastier's thesis that Martin Heidegger participated in the Holocaust , FORVM, November 2018
  • Critical discourse on the epistemological functions of language and numbers in the work of Ernst Cassirer , academia.edu, pdf
  • “Being and time” and the exegetical emotion. Review of the anthology "Being and Time" renegotiated. Investigations into Heidegger's main work " , FORVM, MARCH, 2019 a . on PhilPapers pdf


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ FORVM , authors .
  2. Hamburger Abendblatt v. December 6, 1990 .
  3. cf. z. B. "Hamburger Abendblatt", Journal v. July 29, 1995: "What is reasonable for patients' u. "Radiation Experiments in the USA - Enlightenment after 21 Years: There are Different Levels of Evil" ; Blind to feelings? , Wochenpost, No. 4, January 20, 1994, pp. 35-37; Holocaust in Poland: A completely normal German story , Hamburger Abendblatt, 1995, Gandhi: the model without a successor , Hamburger Abendblatt, 1997; A steel pipe as a time machine , Hamburger Abendblatt, 1997; Play it again, Sam , Spiegel Special, 7/1997.
  4. K. Nassirin, Silke Mertins, The Silence of the innocent lambs , taz , January 19, 1996; K. Nassirin, I recognized Oliver Neß , taz , January 26, 1996; for an overview in the Neß case, see also this. A little too close , Hamburger Abendblatt, July 15, 1995.
  5. Silke Mertins, It was just like crazy , taz, January 20, 1996.
  6. see also FORVM, Thomas Sheehan, Commentary on Kaveh Nassirin's Essay
  7. ^ FORVM, authors
  8. Kaveh Nassirin: Worked against the genocides? In: FAZ.net . Retrieved July 17, 2018 . ; ders., Martin Heidegger and the legal philosophy of the Nazi era: detailed analysis of an unknown document (BArch R 61/30, sheet 171) , complete version of the shortened text in the FAZ, academia.edu, 2018, pdf ( Memento of the original from 18 November 2018 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. ; FORVM with the FAZ article as PDF; ders., Shipwreck of a semiotic: On François Rastier's thesis that Martin Heidegger took part in the Holocaust , “Overview of the prehistory” a. “Chronology”, FORVM ; pdf, p. 2ff. , academia.edu; Kellerer / F. Rastier, Worked against the genocides , "Preliminary remark by the author duo", FORVM (accessed on October 28, 2018) @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.academia.edu