Gianni Vattimo and Santiago Zabala’s Hermeneutic Communism




ACCORDING TO SLAVOJ ŽIŽEK, Gianni Vattimo and Santiago Zabala’s Hermeneutic Communism “is a book that everyone who thinks about radical politics needs like the air he or she breathes!” Since its publication in 2011, Vattimo and Zabala’s text has been translated into several languages; a volume of critical essays about the book will appear next year, with contributions from Babette Babich, William Egginton, and other distinguished philosophers. Today we publish an interview with Santiago Zabala, conducted by Imanol Galfarsoro, and an essay on the book by Eduardo Mendietta.

— Arne De Boever

Gianni Vattimo
Gianni Vattimo

 

Manifestos and

Metaphysics:

Eduardo

Mendietta on

Hermeneutic

Communism

 

 

 

Santiago Zabala
Santiago Zabala

 

 

Santiago Zabala

interviewed by 

Imanol Galfarsoro

 

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