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Gianni Vattimo reexamines the roots of modernism and postmodernism in Nietzsche, Benjamin, and Heidegger. Exploring the links between concepts of nihilism and destiny in nineteenth-century humanism, Vattimo follows these trends in aesthetic and scientific theory from Benjamin to Bloch, Ricoeur, and Kuhn.
Keywords Nihilism  Hermeneutics
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Call number B828.3.V3713x 1988b
ISBN(s) 0745604536   0745609716   0801843170   9780745604534
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