Did Heidegger talk about malice at all?
I agree and find interesting if not useful most of Nietzsche's aphorisms but felt that his analysis of malice was just weak, and obviously so. However, I liked the article by Foucault, on Nietzsche, where he suggests that seeking knowledge is malicious or perhaps even the source of our malice. I'd be interested in any articles that add to that, especially in terms of genealogy.
But to get started I first want to know if Heidegger talked about malice at all. I found his 'authenticity' a little vacuous even if seductive, and thought it might be a good place to start because of Nietzsche's influence on this major philosopher, and because I associated authenticity with dissociation, which Foucault links to genealogical histories.