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Making Communism Hermeneutical : Reading Vattimo and Zabala

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Making Communism Hermeneutical : Reading Vattimo and Zabala
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Making Communism Hermeneutical
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Reading Vattimo and Zabala
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Contributions to Hermeneutics Ser.
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v.6
Making Communism Hermeneutical : Reading Vattimo and Zabala
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Making Communism Hermeneutical : Reading Vattimo and Zabala
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Contents
  • Contents -- About the Authors -- Short Bios of Volume Contributors -- Short Bios of Volume Respondents -- Introduction to Making Communism Hermeneutical: Reading Vattimo and Zabala -- Part I: Hermeneutics -- The End of Metaphysics, the Uses and Abuses of Philosophy, and Understanding Just a Little Better: On Gianni Vattimo and Santiago Zabala's Hermeneutic Communism -- On Political Oratory and Rhetorical Genius -- The End of Metaphysics and the Metaphysics of the End -- On the Uses and Abuses of Philosophy -- Understanding Is Always Understanding a Bit Better -- The Manifesto of the Communism to Come -- Response to Mendieta -- Politics, Hermeneutics, and Truth -- References -- Response to Jeff Malpas and Nick Malpas -- Hermeneutic Communism: Left Heideggerianism's Last Hope? -- From Hermeneutic Communism to Heideggerian Marxism -- Hermeneutic Communism as an Ethical Project -- Conclusion: Hermeneutic Communism as a Politics of Liberation -- Response to Woessner -- Love's Law? The Principle of Anarchy in a Weakened Communism -- The Metaphysical Universal in Politics -- A Weakened Communism and the Historical Universal -- The Principle of Anarchy: Law's Love or Anarchic Solidarity? -- References -- Response to Birmingham -- The Political Becoming of Hermeneutics -- I. Heidegger as Secret Agent -- II. Communism and the Decolonial Option -- III. Hermeneutics and/as Politics -- Response to Robbins -- Part II: Weakening -- Hermeneutic Communism as (Weak) Political Phenomenology -- Response to Marder -- Tools for Subversion: Illich and Žižek on Changing the World -- The Eternal Return of Capitalism: The History of Illusion -- Response to Babich -- If the Weak Would Win: The Specter of Communism and the Re-birth of Democracy -- To Play or Not to Play? The Choice Between Different (Interpret-)Actions
  • An Hypothesis for a (Local) Conversation: The Theatre of the Oppressed -- The 'Invisible Power' and the Rebirth of Democracy -- Response to Mazzini -- Power and Post-Metaphysics -- Reference -- Response to Kaye -- The Dangerous Divide: Between Weak Thought and Practical Politics -- Technology, Epochal Thinking, and the Link to Heidegger -- The Mismatch Between the Epochal and the Political -- The Mismatch Between Epochal and Political as Manifested in Hermeneutic Communism -- Re-thinking the Political as Tragic -- Conclusions -- Response to Perkins and Gillespie -- It's Time to Change the World, So Interpret It!: On Vattimo and Zabala's Hermeneutic Communism -- Calling for Interpreting: The Strong Voice of Weak Thought? -- How to Incorporate Democracy? -- Reinterpreting Communism and Community from a Chinese Perspective -- References -- Response to Liangjian -- Part III: Communism -- The New Communism: Reflections at the End of Capitalism and the Need for Engaging Minor Sciences -- Response to Crockett -- Are the Oppressed 'Weak'?: Emancipation and Hermeneutic Communism -- Introduction -- The 'Anarchic Vein' of Hermeneutics: Weak Thought as a Strong Theory of Interpretation -- Dispersal and Dialectical Transformation -- Toward a Strong Theory of the Interpreter -- Conclusion -- References -- Response to Glyn-Williams -- Nietzsche the Communist? A Genealogy of Interpretation -- Nietzsche's Path to Recovery -- Recovering from Ressentiment -- A Genealogy of Capitalism -- The Risk and Responsibility of Interpretation -- References -- Response to Valgenti -- Hermeneutic Capitalism? Prologue- the Death and the Challenge -- Towards Hermeneutic Capitalism{u2026} -- Response to Grimshaw -- Potentiality of Life -- Science and Framed Truths -- The Non-scientific Status of Basic Rights -- The Dictates of Dialectic -- Response to Egginton
  • The Actuality of Philosophy: Critical Reflections on Hermeneutic Communism -- The Arguments -- Concepts and Universality -- Contingency -- Pluralism -- A Strategic Blunder? -- Why the Apocalypse? -- Contingency Has Been Here -- Why the Universality? -- Conclusion -- References -- Response to Alejandro
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