I was looking at this
The Origins of Responsibility By François Raffoul
It's not immediately clear what it means to be responsible but not accountable. Is it just the very loud claim that Dasein's responsibility is robust, and immune to determinism etc.?
This only is the grand emancipation: that no one be made responsible any longer, that the mode of being be not traced back to a causa prima, that the world be not regarded as a unity, either as sensorium or as "spirit;" – it is only thereby that the innocence of becoming is again restored
And it's not immediately clear what it means to not hold yourself responsible for anything, without falling into passive nihilism.
What is being said here, either by Heidegger or Nietzsche? All I can think of is the idea, similar to Sartre's, that there is no responsibility without freedom.