NY Times by PATRICIA COHEN

For decades the German philosopher Martin Heidegger has

been the subject of passionate debate. His critique of Western thought and technology has penetrated deeply into architecture, psychology and literary theory and inspired some of the most influential intellectual movements of the 20th century. Yet he was also a fervent Nazi.

Now a soon-to-be published book in English has revived the debate about whether the man can be separated from his philosophy.

Drawing on new evidence, the author, Emmanuel Faye,