This is a thread for Washyourhands to tell us all about Heidegger. We all know he's a Nazi so no need to rehash that stuff. Let's stick to the prevailing vision, what he saw and tried and to impart to us.
Primarily his sense of being and foregrounding of being. To dwell within that light.
As you perhaps imply here, Heidegger was more attractive to me than other continental philosophers because he seemed to be grappling with the biggest questions (at least as far as I was concerned).
Poetic questions, you might say.
I think Heidegger is a philosopher that might appeal more to Literature students/practitioners than other philosophers.
I think we all are now in no doubt about what we already knew, ie, that thirdform thinks Heidegger is 'rubbish.' An important contribution which has led to an interesting and engaging conversation, but one which is now over.