Hermeneutics Reader: Texts of the German Tradition from the Enlightenment to the Present

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Kurt Mueller-Vollmer
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, Mar 1, 1988 - Philosophy - 380 pages
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Essays discuss reason and understanding, interpretation, language, meaning, the human sciences, social sciences, and general hermeneutic theory.

 

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Contents

Language Mind and Artifact An Outline of Hermeneutic Theory Since the Enlightenment
1
Rationalist Hermeneutics
54
General Theory and Art of Interpretation
72
Language Understanding and the Historical World
98
4 Philological Hermeneutics
132
5 The Hermeneutics of the Human Sciences
148
6 The Phenomenological Theory of Meaning and of MeaningApprehension
165
The Disclosure of Meaning
214
8 Hermeneutics and Theology
241
9 The Historicity of Understanding
256
10 Hermeneutics and the Social Sciences
293
11 Perspectives for a General Hermeneutic Theory
320
Bibliography
347
Acknowledgments
363
Index
365
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Kurt Mueller-Vollmer is Emeritus Professor of German Studies and Humanities at Stanford University

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