I just recently ran across a set of YouTube videos the soft-spoken, scholarly, sympathetic philosophy professor, Michael Woods. They effectively comprise a roughly one-hour documentary about the life and background -- but also some of the guiding ideas -- of the great existentialist thinker, Martin Heidegger. Here is the first part of the sequence:
Here are the other portions of the documentary:
He makes a case throughout that this great thinker -- while radically questioning, reflecting, and thinking -- was nevertheless marked by a kind of thoughtlessness. Among the many issues addressed by Woods are his final meditations upon why Love assumed such a small role, by comparison with Anxiety and Death, in Heidegger's thought.