Editorial: CHI 2018 - The Politics of Displacement
Keywords:Canadian Hermeneutic Institute, Gadamer, hermeneutics, Jean Luc Nancy, displacement, pain, globalization
Today, in light of increasingly coercive conformism, it is more urgent than ever to heighten heretical consciousness. (Byung-Chul Han, 2017, p. 83)
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