A student of Martin Heidegger from 1920 until 1934, when she was driven into exile from Germany. She received her doctorate
in Basel under Prof. Schmalenbach, and eventually settled in England and taught mainly at the University of Glasgow. She died
Being absent in some semesters for family reasons, Helene Weiss completed the series of Heidegger's lectures and seminars
by copying H. Mèorchen or other students' notes. She was part of a group of students (Mèorchen himself, Hans W. Loewald, Bondi,
Brecht, etc.), who used to meet after Heidegger's courses to compare their own notes in order to check and complete them with
precise quotations from Greek texts and translations.
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