Interview by Christian Diehm

Christian Diehm, professor of Philosophy, was probably one of the last to conduct a long interview in English on Arne Naess’s philosophy. The conversation took place in 2001, in Arne’s home in Oslo. Main theme is the relation between Naess’s own thought and the work of philosophers in the phenomenological and existential tradition such as Heidegger, Sartre, and Merleau-Ponty. Diehm zooms specifically in on some of Naess’s key notions, such as “identification,” “ecological self,” and “dwelling.”