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Apart from reading Nietzsche's words on his characterization as an educator in suspicion with some suspicion, what does Nietzsche offer hermeneutics? This essay takes up this question by talking about the politics of interpretation, hermeneutics, and genealogy. In the process, we can address Lyotard's enthusiastic fealty to technology and offer yet once more requiem for the postmodern, understood here through (and hence contra) Lyotard as the simulacrum of communication that is the internet.
Babich, Babette, ""Thus Spoke Zarathustra" or Nietzsche and Hermeneutics in Gadamer, Lyotard, and Vattimo" (2010). Articles and Chapters in Academic Book Collections. Paper 30.
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