Reading Hegel After Nietzsche
The idea that knowledge must be founded upon the absence of anynreference to an Absolute translates itself today into the veritable disbeliefnin the possibility of an articulation between knowledge and desire. As anconsequence, we witness the disappearance of any form of transmissionnwhich could carry forward the word of the New, while we allow ourselves tonbe seduced by the profitable and abundant word which secretly relies onnan ever-growing debt with the present. We are invited, therefore, to engagenourselves in the task of thinking, in a transmissible way, the current impassesnof critical thought – to paraphrase Hegel: to conceptualize what ties us tonour current predicament not only as objection but also as object.
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