50 Jahre Wahrheit und Methode: Beiträge Im Anschluss an H.-G. Gadamers Hauptwerk

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Riccardo Dottori
LIT Verlag Münster, 2012 - Religion - 318 pages
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The turning point occurred with Heidegger's hermeneutics of facticity saw a great flourishing in Gadamer's works. Hermeneutics becomes the philosophy that undermines the scientific parameters of modernity and it looks for an extra-metodica way that leads up to truth through the rediscovery of the cultural values of our European tradition that is art, taste and culture but above all, rhetoric, practical philosophy, and that particular form of judgment called phronesis, which expresses itself in the understanding of the other and in the dialogue. This sensitivity towards the values of tradition, which represents the authentic authority since it's the consent on which the civil society is based, cannot for Gadamer withdraw into itself but it must open itself to the intercultural dialogue as an ethical answer to the challenge of globalization. PLEASE NOTE: Only three of the book's twenty-two essays are in English language text. (Series: The Dialogue - Yearbook of Philosophical Hermeneutics - Vol. 5)
 

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VINCENZO CAPPELLETTI Istituto Italiano di Studi Germanici
9
FRED DALLMAYR University of Notre Dame USA
27
ENRICO BERTI Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
41
TALIP KARAKAYA Dumlupinar University Turkey
63
GÜNTER ABEL Technische Universität Berlin
77
JEANFRANÇOIS COURTINE Université ParisSorbonne
103
ADRIANO FABRIS Università di Pisa
125
FULVIO TESSITORE Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei
151
DAGFINN FØLLESDAL Stanford University
195
GAETANO CHIURAZZI Università di Torino
213
ETSURO MAKITA Tokyo University of Science
227
EVANGHELOS MOUTSOPOULOS FDGpPLH GWKqQHV
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LUIGI LOMBARDI VALLAURI Università di Firenze
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RICCARDO DOTTORI Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata
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Riccardo Dottori is professor of philosophy at the University of Rome.

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