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This book provides an innovative approach to meeting the challenges faced by philosophical hermeneutics in interpreting an ever-changing and multicultural world. Rudolf A. Makkreel proposes an orientational and reflective conception of interpretation in which judgment plays a central role. Moving beyond the dialogical approaches found ...
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Kobo ebook|Feb 1 2001
Paperback|Jan 3 1993
Paperback|Mar 1 1995
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ISBN - 10:022624931X
ISBN - 13:9780226249315
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Table of Contents
Preface IntroductionPart One: The Hermeneutic Situation Chapter 1 Philosophical Hermeneutics: Reassessing the Tradition in Relation to Dilthey and Heidegger The Interrelations of Hermeneutics and Philosophy in the Tradition The Extent to Which Dilthey’s Hermeneutics Relates to the Cognitive Aims of the Human Sciences Moving from Conceptual Cognition to Reflective Knowledge Heidegger’s Ontological Hermeneutics Ontico-Ontological Understanding of Historical Time
Chapter 2 Dialectics, Dialogue, and Communication Feeling, Aesthetic Erlebnis, and Artistic Erfahrung Hegel on Interpretation and Dialectics Gadamer on Interpretation and DialoguePart Two: Interpretive Contexts, Judgment, and Critique Chapter 3 Reflective Orientation and the Bounds of Hermeneutics Royce: Cognitive Exchange and Communal Conspectus Reflective Judgment and Orientation Kant’s Transcendental Topic Reflective Topology and Judgmental Contexts Philosophy and the Reflective Specification of Bounds An Amphiboly of Reflective Orientation Worldly Orientation
Chapter 4 The Hermeneutics of Attaining Knowledge: The Role of Judgmental Assent From Conceptual Classification to Judgmental Articulation Interpreting as Cognizing Meaning and Knowing Truth Kant on Opining, Believing, and Knowing Preliminary Judgments and the Provisionality of Reflective Judgments
Chapter 5 Aesthetic Consensus and Evaluative Consent Levels of Aesthetic Consensus in Kant Reflective Schematization and Contextual Configuration Exemplarity and Emulation Typification and the Intuitive Presentation of Meaning
Chapter 6 Validity, Legitimacy, and Historical Attribution Knowledge and Legitimacy Hermeneutics and Adjudication Ascriptive and Attributive Modes of Imputation The Legitimacy of Interpretations Authentic Interpretation and Intersubjective Legitimacy Pragmatic Characterization Conscientiousness and Truthful Interpretation
Chapter 7 A Reflective and Diagnostic Critique Critique as Constitutive and Categorial Critique as Regulative and Emancipatory Critique as Reflective and Judgment-Centered From Reflection to Reflexivity A Responsive Hermeneutics and a Transformative Critique Completeness in Critical HermeneuticsPart Three: Applications and Adaptations Chapter 8 Genealogy, Narrative History, and Hermeneutic Transmission Nietzsche’s Challenge to the Objectivity of Historical Interpretation Narrative Approaches to History Incommensurable Contexts and the Possibility of Universalist History Delimiting the Appeal to Causes in Historical Interpretation Causes and Influences Intentionalist Explanation and Hermeneutical Contextualization Normative Judgment or Normalizing Genealogy Hermeneutics and Historical Transmission
Chapter 9 Contextualizing the Arts: From Originating to Medial Contexts Meier on Representational Signs and Their Intentional Context Kant and Expressing What Was Inexpressible Dilthey on Manifestations of Life and Their Interpretive Contexts The Earth-World Conflict in Heidegger’s The Origin of the Work of Art” The Medial Contexts of Works of Art The Medial Presentation of the Commonplace in Contemporary Art Transitional Modes of Understanding Bibliography Index