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Nihilismo Y Politica. Con Textos De Jean-luc Nancy, Leo Strauss, Jacob Taubes por Roberto Esposito Vincenzo Vitiello

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In the early 1920s Walter Benjamin wrote that the method of world political action was nihilism. Almost ninety years after this enigmatic proposition, the question which she inaugurates still remains unresolved. What is that decisive for our time and which remains guarded in a fold between nihilism and politics? What kind of politics can answer the questions that nihilism, the dominant tone of our time, formulates? In the complex horizon where the languages of politics, theology and philosophy intersect, this book, compiled by three of the most relevant contemporary Italian philosophers, attempts a non-canonical answer to these questions. Each of the sections of Nihilism and politics is inaugurated by important texts by Jean-Luc Nancy, Leo Strauss and Jacob Taubes. In the early 1920s Walter Benjamin wrote that the method of world political action was nihilism. Almost ninety years after this enigmatic proposition, the question which she inaugurates still remains unresolved. What is that decisive for our time and which remains guarded in a fold between nihilism and politics? What kind of politics can answer the questions that nihilism, the dominant tone of our time, formulates? In the complex horizon where the languages of politics, theology and philosophy intersect, this book, compiled by three of the most relevant contemporary Italian philosophers, attempts to non-canonical answer to these questions. Each section of Nihilism and Politics is inaugurated by important texts by Jean-Luc Nancy, Leo Strauss and Jacob Taubes.