Truth and Method
A&C Black, 2013 M11 5 - 640 páginas
Truth and Method is a landmark work of 20th century thought which established Hans Georg-Gadamer as one of the most important philosophical voices of the 20th Century. In this book, Gadamer established the field of 'philosophical hermeneutics': exploring the nature of knowledge, the book rejected traditional quasi-scientific approaches to establishing cultural meaning that were prevalent after the war. In arguing the 'truth' and 'method' acted in opposition to each other, Gadamer examined the ways in which historical and cultural circumstance fundamentally influenced human understanding. It was an approach that would become hugely influential in the humanities and social sciences and remains so to this day in the work of Jurgen Habermas and many others.
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Part II The Extension of the Question of Truth to Understanding in the Human Sciences
Part III The Ontological Shift of Hermeneutics Guided by Language
Hermeneutics and Historicism 1965
To What Extent Does Language Preform Thought?
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