Hermeneutic Communism: From Heidegger to Marx

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  • Title: Hermeneutic Communism: From Heidegger to Marx
  • Author: Gianni Vattimo Santiago Zabala
  • ISBN: 9780231158022
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Hardcover

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  1. Hip book to read totally glosses over some really problematic things with postmodernism like the descention into anomic normlessness that it has brought western civilization but, then again, its a trendy book not really much than a whoa, what a cool sounding juxtaposition and by the way, the quote about Marx saying philosophers have merely interpreted the world, the point is to change it, is not a rebuking of hermeneutics, but by some pretzel logic a vindication of hermeneutics the only way to [...]



  2. I ve finished re reading this book, and I have to say my opinion of it has improved, and I d consider it among my political philosophy favorites It still feels hastily written in places, and I m not sure it TOTALLY accomplishes it s lofty aims, but there are true veins of gold in here.Here s what I like about itHave you ever gotten to talking politics with someone only to realize they re acting like they re on the goddamn debate team, and been like, Calm down, friend, let s have a CONVERSATION L [...]


  3. De este choque de ideas, de pensadores tan diversos como Marx y Heidegger, Joseph Stieglitz, Richard Rorty, Friedrich Nietzsche, Jacques Derrida, Thomas Kuhn y Hugo Ch vez entre otros , se pueden sacar tres cosas en claro entre las chispas que deslumbran al lector 1 , que la poca de las certidumbres ya termin la verdad no existe, nos queda solamente la interpretaci n, o sea la hermen utica , siempre provisional y siempre sujeta a cambios ante nueva evidencia.2 , aunque el comunismo como lo conci [...]


  4. Pretty good in certain ways There is a bit of the post Marxist tendency to foundationalize anti foundationalism through subtle insertions of concepts from the margins in order to stabilize the positive value of interpretation against truth the dialectic upon which the general argument of this essay is based So in this sense it does not fall so far away from Negri s aim at restructuring all agonist struggles into one fundamental antagonism between transcendence and immanence However, unlike some [...]


  5. It is indeed an interesting book to read, I simply think that Gianni Vattimo was too quick in taking the sides of the communist leaders in Latin America Brazil, Venezuela, Cuba, Argentina, Bolivia, Equador and others are overflowing of corruption after these communists came into power Vattimo fails in recognizing that most of these vote winners got that using public money to make an social scheme Why Vattimo did not mention that all the men trusted by Lula was caught in corruption, tried and sen [...]


  6. Not necessarily new if you re familiar with post foundational political theory but an interesting and worthy addition.I would have liked a bit engagement with Badiou s conception of truth particularly the founding axiom all are equal and how they relates to their notion of communism which is loosely sketched out in this book.The ideas reminded me a little ofMarchart s Post Foundational Political ThoughtIn which he describes post foundational positions not as anti foundational relativism, but as [...]


  7. Some interesting discussion of anti foundationalist philosophy on the one hand, and an fairly insightful critique of the capitalist status quo on the other Nevertheless, this book fails to live up to its potential in that the connection between anti foundationalist philosophy and the struggle against capitalism is asserted rather than defended.


  8. So tasty for explanations of the progression of communism Seriously, sometimes I underestimate CUI s library.


  9. El problema de este libro, es Vattimo las ideas son muy buenas, pero las despliega muy a su manera vattinianaaaa que pena.