Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy

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Brice R. Wachterhauser
SUNY Press, Jan 1, 1986 - Philosophy - 506 pages
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Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy is a collection of interpretive and critical essays on philosophical hermeneutics, focusing on the seminal work of Heidegger and Gadamer. The anthology brings together classic pieces in the field that previously were widely scattered and includes articles that shed light on issues in contemporary hermeneutics.
 

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Contents

HISTORY AND LANGUAGE IN UNDERSTANDING
5
Hermeneutics and History
63
HEGEL AND GADAMER
65
FROM HERMENEUTICS TO PRAXIS
87
HERMENEUTICS AND UNIVERSAL HISTORY
111
TRADITION OBJECTIVITY AND HERMENEUTICS
147
THE PARADOXES OF HISTORICITY
168
Hermeneutics and Language
191
HERMENEUTICS AND THE CRITIQUE OF IDEOLOGY
300
Hermeneutics and PostModernism
341
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE? GADAMER HABERMAS AND RORTY
343
TEXT AND INTERPRETATION
377
MUST WE SAY WHAT WE MEAN? THE GRAMMATOLOGICAL CRITIQUE OF HERMENEUTICS
397
HERMENEUTICS AS THE RECOVERY OF MAN
416
AN APOLOGY FOR AESTHETIC CONSCIOUSNESS
446
HEIDEGGER HERMENEUTICS AND ONTOLOGY
460

THE SPECULATIVE STRUCTURE OF LANGUAGES
193
MUST WE BE WHAT WE SAY? GADAMER ON TRUTH IN THE HUMAN SCIENCES
219
Hermeneutics and Critical Theory
241
A REVIEW OF GADAMERS TRUTH AND METHOD
243
ON THE SCOPE AND FUNCTION OF HERMENEUTICAL REFLECTION
277
Notes on the Contributors
485
Bibliography
487
Index
503
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