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Hermeneutic Communism: From Heidegger to Marx

Columbia University Press (2011)

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  1. Expanding hermeneutics to the world of technology.Jure Zovko - forthcoming - AI and Society:1-12.
    In this essay, I first analyze the extension of hermeneutical interpretation in the Heideggerian sense to products of contemporary technology which are components of our “lifeworld”. Products of technology, such as airplanes, laptops, cellular phones, washing machines, or vacuum cleaners might be compared with what Heidegger calls the “Ready-to-hand” with regard to utilitarian objects such as a hammer, planer, needle and door handle in Being and Time. Our life with our equipment, which represents the “Ready-to-hand” in Heidegger's sense of the (...)
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  • Solidarity, Critique and Techno-Science: Evaluating Rorty’s Pragmatism, Freire’s Critical Pedagogy and Vattimo’s Philosophical Hermeneutics.Justin Cruickshank - 2020 - Human Affairs 30 (4):577-586.
    The critique of metaphysics can often entail a critique of liberalism. Rorty sought a revolutionary paradigm shift in philosophy and the broader humanities, by linking the rejection of metaphysics to a justification for liberal democracy and reformism. He believed that the recognition of socio-historical contingency concerning interpretations of fundamental values and of truth, combined with a humanities education, would create a sense of solidarity that would motivate reforms. Freire argues that a dialogic form of education is as important as the (...)
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  • Examination of Practices of Ignorance Conducive to Democracy Based on Rancièrian Thought and Rortian Pragmatism.Lev Marder - 2016 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 42 (8):797-814.
    Theorists, who broadly subscribe to Claude Lefort’s characterization of democracy as the dissolution of the markers of certainty, disagree over the proper enactment of democracy. In this article, I consider the possibility of narrowing the gap by attending to the ignorance advocated by each of the two approaches – the disruptive radical route Jacques Rancière describes and the reformist approach of Richard Rorty. I highlight the attributes and shortcomings of the positive link between practices of ignorance and democracy in the (...)
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  • Towards a Critical Hermeneutics of Populism.Gonçalo Marcelo - unknown
    This paper aims to define and set the goals of what it calls a ‘Critical Hermeneutics of Populism’. Starting with the diagnosis of the ascent of rightwing populism being directly tied with the democratic legitimation deficit and the social problems caused by neoliberal policies, it assesses populist phenomena through the lens of hermeneutics. It argues that populism is not an entirely irrational phenomenon and that in spite of some common features of its intrinsic logic, substantive differences exist between left political (...)
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  • Flaneuring with Vattimo: The Annotative Hermeneutics of Weak Thought.Mike Grimshaw - 2014 - Critical Research on Religion 2 (3):265-279.
    This article rethinks the future of continental philosophy of religion through a central, annotative reading of Gianni Vattimo’s Not Being God. The reading develops from Agamben on citation and Žižek on the short-circuit into a new reading strategy of annotation as a development of weak thought. It argues for what is termed the flânerie of the weak thought of annotation, rethinking the future of continental philosophy of religion as para-thought. The future envisioned is a future that flâneurs, annotates and is (...)
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  • Affective Capitalism, Higher Education and the Constitution of the Social Body Althusser, Deleuze, and Negri on Spinoza and Marxism.Michael A. Peters - 2019 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 51 (5):465-473.
  • Biocommunism or Beyond the Biopolitical Paradigm.Szymon Wróbel - 2020 - Philosophy Study 10 (5).
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  • Revista Perseitas Vol. 1, Núm. 1.David Esteban Zuluaga Mesa - 2013 - Perseitas 1 (1):1.
    La Revista Perseitas permite el encuentro de autores y temas en un ejercicio dialógico que funda comunidad académica y que fortalece, en un escenario donde se privilegia el quehacer técnico, la dinámica propia de las ciencias sociales y humanas, que si bien es cierto no se ha perdido, sí necesita oxigenarse. A propósito del nombre: Perseitas está conformado por la expresión Latina per, que según Santiago Segura Munguía en su Diccionario por raíces latinas y de las voces derivadas, traduce: a (...)
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  • Emancipación de la metafísica hermenéutica política de Gianni Vattimo.Ricardo Milla - 2013 - Perseitas 1 (1):102.
    La intención de este artículo es señalar y definir la posición de la filosofía de Gianni Vattimo dentro de la corriente hermenéutica para comprender cómo desemboca su pensamiento en una hermenéutica política. Esta hermenéutica política estaría signada por un pensamiento nihilista y posmoderno como parte de una crítica radical a la metafísica de la cual debemos emanciparnos.
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  • Ontologinės Hermeneutikos Kontroversijos: Praktinis Aspektas.Vaiva Daraškevičiūtė - 2015 - Problemos 88:54.
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  • Total Enframing: Global South and Techno-Developmental Orthodoxy.Siby K. George - 2017 - AI and Society 32 (2):191-199.