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There is clear exposition and analysis of such key terms – often problematic for the reader – as ‘fusion of horizons’, ‘effective historical consciousness’ and ‘the logic of question and answer’, as well as Gadamer’s redefinition of such concepts as ‘prejudice’, ‘authority’ and ‘tradition’. Sign In Register Help Cart.
Tags What are yhe The book also discusses Gadamer’s influence in other areas of philosophy; the response of other philosophers to his work; and criticisms of his work on the grounds of relativism.
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The structure of the chapters. Our Day return guarantee still applies. Stars are assigned as follows: Continuum’s Guides for the Perplexed are clear, concise and accessible introductions to thinkers, writers and subjects that students and readers can find especially challenging. La Trobe University Library.
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The University of Melbourne Library. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. There is clear exposition and analysis of such key terms – often problematic for the reader – as ‘fusion of fod, ‘effective historical consciousness’ and ‘the logic of question and answer’, as well as Gadamer’s redefinition of such concepts as ‘prejudice’, ‘authority’ and ‘tradition’.
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From hermeneutics to philosophical hermeneutics 4. His work on philosophical hermeneutics defined the whole subject, and Truth and Method, his magnum opus, is a landmark text in modern philosophy. What makes Biblio different? Advanced Book Search Browse by Subject. Ships with Tracking Number! Check copyright status Cite this Title Gadamer: Concentrating specifically on what it is that makes the subject difficult to fathom, these books explain and explore key themes and ideas, guiding the reader towards a gadxmer and confident understanding of demanding material.
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However, Gadamer’s ideas, the complex relationship between them, and the often opaque fof they are expressed, undoubtedly pose a considerable challenge for the reader.