Marlène Zarader

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Marlene Zarader, born in 1949, is a French philosopher. She teaches philosophy at the Paul Valéry University, Montpellier III in Montpellier. Since became a member of the Institut Universitaire de France in 2007. Her book The Unthought Debt was originally published in French in 1990. The work was translated to English by Bettina Bergo.


  • Heidegger et les paroles de l'origine, 1986
  • La dette impensée. Heidegger et l'héritage hébraïque, 1990. Translated to English by Bettina Bergo (Stanford University Press, 2006).
  • L'Être et le neutre. A partir de Maurice Blanchot, 2001
  • La patience de Némésis, 2009

Participations to others publications in English[edit]

  • « Phenomenality and transcendence », in : Transcendence in philosophy and religion, J. E. Faulconer, Indiana University Press, 2002, p. 106-120.
  • « The mirror with the triple reflection », in : Christopher Macann (ed.) : Martin Heidegger : Critical Assessments [4 volumes], Routledge ed., London and New-York, 1992, vol. II, p. 17-36. Reissue in : Critical Heidegger, Routledge ed., London and New-York, 1996, p. 7-27.