In this course, we’ll read through various writings by Martin Heidegger from the period after his most famous work Being and Time (1927). We’ll be reading essays, parts of books, lectures or seminars and an interview between about 1935 and 1969. More specifically, we’ll read and discuss parts of the long Nietzsche lecture from the 1930s later published in the 1960s as a two-volume book, “The Age of the World Picture,” “Letter on Humanism,” “The Question concerning Technology,” ”Building Dwelling Thinking,” “The End of Philosophy and the Task of Thinking,” parts of the Zollikon Seminars, “On Time and Being,” and the interview with the Spiegel news magazine. Topics include anthropocentrism in philosophy, the relation between being and human being, technology and the human treatment of our environment, aspects of psychology and politics. Though reference will be made to earlier writings of Heidegger, especially to Being and Time, no such knowledge is presupposed.