Gadamer's Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation
LIT Verlag Münster, 2011 - Religion - 652 pages
Gadamer's Hermeneutics and the Art of Conversation covers the nature of dialogue and understanding in Hans-Georg Gadamer's lingually oriented hermeneutics and its relevance for contemporary philosophy. This timely collection of essays stresses the fundamental significance of the other for a further development of Heidegger's analytics of Dasein. By recognizing the priority of the other over oneself, Gadamerian hermeneutics founds a culture of dialogue sorely needed in our multi-cultural globalized community. The essays solicited for this volume are presented in three thematic blocks: "Hermeneutic Conversation," "Hermeneutics, Aesthetics, and Transcendence," "Hermeneutic Ethics, Education, and Politics." The volume proposes a dynamic understanding of hermeneutics as putting into practice the art of conversation.
According to Gadamer aesthetic approach Arendt argues argument Aristotle Aristotle’s aware beauty become Cambridge claims concept concerning consciousness context critical critique cultural Dasein datum Derrida dialectic dialogue Dilthey discussion divinatory Edmund Husserl encounter essay ethical experience expression fact finitude Funkenstein fusion of horizons Gadamer’s hermeneutics Gadamerian Gjesdal Hans-Georg Gadamer Hegel Heidegger Heidegger’s Hermeneutik historical historicism human Husserl Ibid idea ideal idem imagination interpretation intersubjectivity Jewish Judaism Jürgen Habermas Kant Kant’s knowledge language linguistic listening logic Martin Heidegger meaning metaphysics moral nature notion object one’s oneself ontological other’s particular past Paul Ricoeur person perspective phenomenology philosophical hermeneutics phronesis Plato political possible present question and answer reader reflection relation reveals Schleiermacher Schleiermacher’s sciences sense situation social Socrates speak subject matter takes theory thing thinking thought tradition trans transcendence translation Truth and Method understanding understood University Press voice word Yerushalmi