From Telos, an interview with Michael Marder on Carl Schmitt and the political sphere. A review of the first English translation of Carl Schmitt's Verfassungslehre ("Constitutional Theory"). A review of German Intellectuals and the Nazi Past by A. Dirk Moses. A review of Heidegger and a Metaphysics of Feeling: Angst and the Finitude of Being by Sharin N. Elkholy. The evil of banality: Ron Rosenbaum on troubling new revelations about Arendt and Heidegger. Carlin Romano reviews Heidegger: The Introduction of Nazism Into Philosophy by Emmanuel Faye (and a response; and more). The problem with Heidegger is not that you can smell the smoke from the crematories through the vaguely mystical "primordialness" of it all, but that you can’t. Being, Time and Place: Heidegger's hut has become a place of pilgrimage. Who voted for Hitler?: An article on ordinary economic voting behavior in the extraordinary election of Adolf Hitler. The Last Nazi: Funny thing is, John Demjanjuk was never a Nazi, nor Ivan the Terrible, nor even German — so why now is he standing trial in Munich? Nazi assassin Heinrich Boere goes on trial in Germany (and more). Robert Paxton reviews The Shameful Peace: How French Artists and Intellectuals Survived the Nazi Occupation by Frederic Spotts. Fashionable fascism: A review of The Third Reich in the Ivory Tower: Complicity and Conflict on American Campuses by Stephen H. Norwood (and more on a Nazi at Harvard). Steve Hochstadt on Weimar America: You don’t have to be a Holocaust-obsessed Jewish academic to see what is going on.