rectoral

rectoral

(ˈrɛktərəl)
adj
of or relating to God's ruleof or relating to a rector
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Perhaps the most overt articulation of this geopolitical vision lies in the essay Bambach re-titles "The Nietzschean Self-Assertion of the German University." While this document--Heidegger's rectoral address presented in 1933--remains the text most often read and cited as an example of Heidegger's National Socialism, the author argues that for the most part it has been philosophically neglected.
Para la serie historica completa, comprendida entre 1954 (fecha de creacion del IVNIC) y el 2000, cuando cesa en sus funciones el CONICIT para dar paso a un ente rectoral de naturaleza ministerial, el Estado venezolano invirtio en ciencia y tecnologia 37,08 millardos de Bs constantes del ano 1984 (o su equivalente; 2,96 millardos de US$ constantes del mismo ano).
In 1933 he joined the Nazi Party and toured Germany giving propaganda lectures punctuated by "Heil Hitler!" After reading Heidegger's Rectoral Address, Karl Lowith wondered whether "he was supposed to study the pre-Socratics or march with the storm troopers." When Lowith met him in Rome in 1936, Lilla reports, Heidegger was sporting a Nazi lapel pin.
(91.) In that regard, it is worth comparing Strauss's cerebral explanation of the rise of Nazism with Martin Heidegger's statements in the Rectoral Address.
This same convergence is also detected in the work of Heidegger and specifically in the rectoral address of 1933, where the philosopher recovers an unadulterated German-ness in the province.