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Why do you think Celan wanted to meet Heidegger? What is the relationship between poetry and thought? Can thought feel? Paul Celan was a renowned German-language poet of Jewish origin. Both his parents died in an internment camp during World War II. Celan himself was imprisoned in a work camp until his liberation in Heidegger on the other hand had joined the Nazi Party in The two men met only once, over a period of two days.
The exact content of what was said —and not said— during this private meeting remains unknown.
One of the most detailed account of the meeting is provided by James K. Only in the s did bits of information begin to emerge that present a somewhat fuller picture of what happened. Celan most likely confronted Heidegger on the subject of his political past, but the aging thinker did not provide the poet with a satisfying answer if he answered at all.
Lyon explains, and that he was to return to the clinic immediately after meeting with Heidegger Ibid.