Rightness and Reasons: Interpretation in Cultural Practices

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Cornell University Press, 1993 - Philosophy - 175 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Rightness and Reasons in Musical Intrepretation
13
Imputational Interpretation in Art Poetry
66
Imputation and the Comparison of Interpretations
93
ObjectsofInterpretation and Their Indeterminacy
119
Historical Interpretation without Ontology
131
Praxial Ideality without Ontological Realism
146
Conclusion
162
Index
171
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Michael Krausz studied Physics, Computer Science and Law at the University of Technology, Vienna, Vienna University and Webster University. In order to combine his two main hobbies, computers and investigations, he chose to become a professional investigator and IT expert. Over the course of his career he has investigated over a hundred cases of information security breaches, usually connected with white-collar crime. Michael Krausz is an ISO27001 auditor and has delivered over 5000 hours of professional and academic training. He has provided consulting or investigation services in 12 countries to date.

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