Amazon cover image
Image from Amazon.com

The Blackwell Companion to Hermeneutics.

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (846 pages)Content type:
  • text
Media type:
  • computer
Carrier type:
  • online resource
ISBN:
  • 9781118529874
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Blackwell Companion to HermeneuticsDDC classification:
  • 121/.686
LOC classification:
  • BD241 -- .B533 2016eb
Online resources:
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Part I: Hermeneutics and the History of Philosophy -- 1 The History of Hermeneutics -- Heidegger's Destruction of the Six Senses of "History" -- Heidegger's History of the Concept of Hermeneutics -- Gadamer's History of the Problem of Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Story of Deregionalization and Radicalization -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Hermeneutics and the Ancient Philosophical Legacy -- The Ancient Roots of Philological and Theological Hermeneutics -- Language as Hermēneia and the "Logocentric" Theory of Meaning -- Aristotelian Phronēsis as a Model for Philosophical Hermeneutics -- References -- 3 Medieval Hermeneutics -- Augustine -- Origen -- The Twelfth Century -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- References -- Further Reading -- 4 Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy -- Meaning and Theory -- Meaning and Art -- The Limits of Semantics -- Aesthetics and Meaning -- Hermeneutics, Philosophy, and Meaning -- References -- 5 Gadamer and German Idealism -- Kant's Critique of Judgment -- Hegel's Speculative Idealism -- References -- Part II: Themes and Topics -- 6 Hermeneutics and Ethical Life -- 7 Hermeneutics and Politics -- References -- 8 Religion -- Religious/Theological Origins of Hermeneutics -- General and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Historicism and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Hermeneutics of Belief/Hermeneutics of Suspicion -- Phenomenology of the Sacred and the Hermeneutics of the "Word" -- References -- 9 Method -- Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher -- Wilhelm Dilthey -- Martin Heidegger -- Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Paul Ricœur -- Gianni Vattimo and Richard Rorty -- Recent Developments in Hermeneutics -- References -- 10 Truth -- Truth within the Framework of Historicity -- Truth, Objectivity, and Ideology -- Truth as Disclosure and the Challenge of Living Truthfully.
Concluding Reflections -- References -- 11 Historicity and Temporality -- Radicalizing Hermeneutics -- Being and Time -- The Later Heidegger -- Philosophical Hermeneutics: Gadamer and Ricoeur -- Phenomenology of the Trace -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Memory -- References -- Further Reading -- 13 Language and Alterity -- References -- Further Reading -- 14 Identity, History, Tradition -- Wilhelm Dilthey -- Martin Heidegger -- Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Paul Ricoeur -- Conclusion: A Hermeneutic View of Personal Identity -- 15 Recognition and Freedom -- Heidegger -- Sartre and Merleau-Ponty -- Ricœur -- Gadamer -- Taylor -- References -- Further Reading -- 16 Aesthetics and Perception -- References -- Further Reading -- 17 Hermeneutics and Ontology -- The Hermeneutic Turn of Philosophy and the Ontological Turn of Hermeneutics -- The Ontological Turn of Hermeneutics and the Hermeneutic Turn of Ontology in Heidegger's Early Path of Thinking: The Formation of a Hermeneutically Reshaped Phenomenology as Ontology -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 18 Narrative -- Why Narrative? -- Defining Narrative -- Narrative, Explanation, and Understanding -- Narrative and Reality -- Denouement -- References -- 19 Rationality, Knowledge, and Relativism -- References -- 20 Finitude -- Finitude as the Bounds of Reason -- Finitude as the Facticity of Dasein -- Finitude as the Infinity of Experience -- Finitude as the Event of Dialogue -- References -- Further Reading -- 21 Authority -- Introduction: The Vanishing and the Rehabilitation of Authority -- The Latin Origin of the Concept of Authority and Weber's Treatment -- Gadamer's Rehabilitation of Authority -- The Relation of Authority to Prejudice and Tradition -- Authority and the Author -- References -- 22 Subjectivity and Hermeneutics -- Descartes, Kant, and the Modern Revolution.
Beyond Subjectivity: Heidegger, Marx, and Foucault -- Conclusion -- References -- 23 Biblical Hermeneutics -- Premodern Biblical Hermeneutics -- Modern and Postmodern Biblical Hermeneutics -- References -- Further Reading -- Part III: Key Concepts -- 24 Understanding -- References -- 25 Interpretation, Judgment, and Critique -- An Orientational Critique of Judgment -- Explanative and Interpretive Judgments -- References -- Further Reading -- 26 Word, Image, and Concept -- Gadamer's Account of the Speculative Dimension of Words -- References -- 27 Horizonality -- References -- Further Reading -- 28 Application and Praxis -- References -- 29 Dialectic -- Plato and the Task of Becoming More Dialectical -- Language and the Speculative Dimension of Dialectic -- References -- 30 Play -- Introduction -- Play, Historicity, and Universality -- Conclusion -- References -- 31 Sense and Meaning -- Sense, Meaning, Intelligibility -- Aristotle's De interpretatione 1-4 -- From Aristotle to Heidegger -- 32 Prejudice and Pre-Understanding -- Conceptual History [Begriffsgeschichte] as Gadamer's "Method" -- Heidegger's Fore-Structure and Gadamer's Elaboration on it in His Theory of Prejudice -- Enlightenment's Prejudice against Prejudice Itself and Prejudices as Necessary Conditions for the Understanding of Finite Beings -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 33 On the Manifold Senses of Mimesis -- I -- II -- III -- IV -- V -- References -- 34 The Hermeneutical Circle -- References -- 35 Metaphor and Symbol -- References -- 36 Dialogue, Goodwill, and Community -- References -- 37 Textuality -- References -- 38 Lived Experience -- Erlebnisse and Lebenswelt -- Erlebnisse: Circular versus Recursive -- Erfahrungen as Hermeneutic Encounters -- The Wisdom of Lived (Hermeneutic) Experience -- References -- Part IV: Major Figures -- 39 Martin Luther.
Luther's Theological Framework -- Luther's Biblical Hermeneutics -- References -- 40 August Boeckh -- Introduction -- Biography -- Boeckh's Contribution to Hermeneutics -- Conclusion -- References -- 41 Immanuel Kant -- Religious Interpretation -- Interpreting Nature -- Reflective Interpretation -- References -- Further Reading -- 42 G. W. F. Hegel -- Experience and Interpretation -- Identity and Social Self-Interpretation -- Beyond Method: Contradiction -- Conclusion -- 43 F. D. E. Schleiermacher -- Intellectual and Cultural Context -- Schleiermacher's Hermeneutics -- References -- 44 Friedrich Nietzsche -- References -- 45 Wilhelm Dilthey -- References -- Further Readings -- 46 Edmund Husserl -- The Correlation between Consciousness and Object -- Hermeneutic Elements in Phenomenology -- References -- 47 Martin Heidegger -- The Hermeneutic Concept of World -- The Priority of Understanding over Perception -- The Fore-Structure of Understanding -- Cognition as a Mode of Interpretation -- References -- Further Reading -- 48 Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Vita -- The Philosophical Hermeneutics of Truth and Method -- Debates -- References -- Bibliography -- On Gadamer -- 49 Mircea Eliade -- The Symbol as a Dimension of Consciousness -- The Method for Establishing the Symbol as a Valid Form -- Conclusion -- References -- 50 Paul Ricoeur -- Ricoeur's Path to Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Mature Conception of Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Place in the Hermeneutic Tradition -- References -- 51 E. D. Hirsch -- Biography -- Contribution to Hermeneutics -- References -- 52 Michel Foucault -- Introduction -- Archaeology -- Genealogy -- The Problem of Power -- Conclusion -- References -- 53 Gianni Vattimo -- References -- Books by Vattimo in English Translation -- Other Reading -- 54 Karl-Otto Apel -- References -- 55 Jürgen Habermas -- References -- Further Reading.
56 Richard Rorty -- Rorty's Entanglements with Hermeneutics -- Is Rorty a Hermeneutical Philosopher? -- References -- 57 Günter Figal -- The Hermeneutical Epochē -- Objectivity -- Aesthetics -- References -- Part V: Philosophical Intersections and Encounters -- 58 Hermeneutics and Phenomenology -- Phenomenology as Possibility and Its Role as "Guide" and "Path" for Hermeneutics -- Phenomenology Is a "Hermeneutic" in Three Senses of This Word -- "Grafting" Phenomenology onto Hermeneutics -- Phenomenology and Hermeneutics: A Relationship of "Mutual Belonging" -- References -- 59 Hermeneutics and Deconstruction -- References -- 60 Hermeneutics, Politics, and Philosophy -- Universality and Redemption -- Disorientation and the Philosophical and Political Project of Gadamer's Hermeneutics -- Conversation and Agreement -- Tradition and Politics -- Politics and Power -- Conclusion -- References -- 61 Hermeneutic Philosophy of Science -- References -- 62 Hermeneutics and Pragmatism -- Hermeneutics and Classical Pragmatism -- Neo-Pragmatism and Hermeneutics -- References -- 63 Hermeneutics and Education -- References -- 64 Hermeneutics and Critical Theory -- Adorno: From Idealism's Principle of Identity to Negative Dialectics -- Gadamer: From Dialectics to Dialogue -- Dialectics between Dialogue and Critique -- References -- 65 Hermeneutics and Theology -- Christological Hermeneutics -- Trinitarian Hermeneutics -- The Eucharist's Endless Hermeneutics -- Conclusion: Witnesses and Testaments -- References -- 66 Hermeneutics and Rhetoric -- The Ancient Context -- Rhetoric and Audience -- The Legal Context -- Maimonides versus Spinoza and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Last Words -- References -- 67 Hermeneutics -- References -- 68 Hermeneutics and Feminist Philosophy -- Applications in Philosophy -- Feminist Modifications and Subversions.
Contributions by Female Authors.
Holdings
Item type Current library Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Ebrary Ebrary Afghanistan Available EBKAF-N00055721
Ebrary Ebrary Algeria Available
Ebrary Ebrary Cyprus Available
Ebrary Ebrary Egypt Available
Ebrary Ebrary Libya Available
Ebrary Ebrary Morocco Available
Ebrary Ebrary Nepal Available EBKNP-N00055721
Ebrary Ebrary Sudan Available
Ebrary Ebrary Tunisia Available
Total holds: 0

Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Introduction -- References -- Part I: Hermeneutics and the History of Philosophy -- 1 The History of Hermeneutics -- Heidegger's Destruction of the Six Senses of "History" -- Heidegger's History of the Concept of Hermeneutics -- Gadamer's History of the Problem of Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Story of Deregionalization and Radicalization -- Conclusion -- References -- 2 Hermeneutics and the Ancient Philosophical Legacy -- The Ancient Roots of Philological and Theological Hermeneutics -- Language as Hermēneia and the "Logocentric" Theory of Meaning -- Aristotelian Phronēsis as a Model for Philosophical Hermeneutics -- References -- 3 Medieval Hermeneutics -- Augustine -- Origen -- The Twelfth Century -- St. Thomas Aquinas -- References -- Further Reading -- 4 Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy -- Meaning and Theory -- Meaning and Art -- The Limits of Semantics -- Aesthetics and Meaning -- Hermeneutics, Philosophy, and Meaning -- References -- 5 Gadamer and German Idealism -- Kant's Critique of Judgment -- Hegel's Speculative Idealism -- References -- Part II: Themes and Topics -- 6 Hermeneutics and Ethical Life -- 7 Hermeneutics and Politics -- References -- 8 Religion -- Religious/Theological Origins of Hermeneutics -- General and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Historicism and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Hermeneutics of Belief/Hermeneutics of Suspicion -- Phenomenology of the Sacred and the Hermeneutics of the "Word" -- References -- 9 Method -- Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher -- Wilhelm Dilthey -- Martin Heidegger -- Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Paul Ricœur -- Gianni Vattimo and Richard Rorty -- Recent Developments in Hermeneutics -- References -- 10 Truth -- Truth within the Framework of Historicity -- Truth, Objectivity, and Ideology -- Truth as Disclosure and the Challenge of Living Truthfully.

Concluding Reflections -- References -- 11 Historicity and Temporality -- Radicalizing Hermeneutics -- Being and Time -- The Later Heidegger -- Philosophical Hermeneutics: Gadamer and Ricoeur -- Phenomenology of the Trace -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Memory -- References -- Further Reading -- 13 Language and Alterity -- References -- Further Reading -- 14 Identity, History, Tradition -- Wilhelm Dilthey -- Martin Heidegger -- Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Paul Ricoeur -- Conclusion: A Hermeneutic View of Personal Identity -- 15 Recognition and Freedom -- Heidegger -- Sartre and Merleau-Ponty -- Ricœur -- Gadamer -- Taylor -- References -- Further Reading -- 16 Aesthetics and Perception -- References -- Further Reading -- 17 Hermeneutics and Ontology -- The Hermeneutic Turn of Philosophy and the Ontological Turn of Hermeneutics -- The Ontological Turn of Hermeneutics and the Hermeneutic Turn of Ontology in Heidegger's Early Path of Thinking: The Formation of a Hermeneutically Reshaped Phenomenology as Ontology -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 18 Narrative -- Why Narrative? -- Defining Narrative -- Narrative, Explanation, and Understanding -- Narrative and Reality -- Denouement -- References -- 19 Rationality, Knowledge, and Relativism -- References -- 20 Finitude -- Finitude as the Bounds of Reason -- Finitude as the Facticity of Dasein -- Finitude as the Infinity of Experience -- Finitude as the Event of Dialogue -- References -- Further Reading -- 21 Authority -- Introduction: The Vanishing and the Rehabilitation of Authority -- The Latin Origin of the Concept of Authority and Weber's Treatment -- Gadamer's Rehabilitation of Authority -- The Relation of Authority to Prejudice and Tradition -- Authority and the Author -- References -- 22 Subjectivity and Hermeneutics -- Descartes, Kant, and the Modern Revolution.

Beyond Subjectivity: Heidegger, Marx, and Foucault -- Conclusion -- References -- 23 Biblical Hermeneutics -- Premodern Biblical Hermeneutics -- Modern and Postmodern Biblical Hermeneutics -- References -- Further Reading -- Part III: Key Concepts -- 24 Understanding -- References -- 25 Interpretation, Judgment, and Critique -- An Orientational Critique of Judgment -- Explanative and Interpretive Judgments -- References -- Further Reading -- 26 Word, Image, and Concept -- Gadamer's Account of the Speculative Dimension of Words -- References -- 27 Horizonality -- References -- Further Reading -- 28 Application and Praxis -- References -- 29 Dialectic -- Plato and the Task of Becoming More Dialectical -- Language and the Speculative Dimension of Dialectic -- References -- 30 Play -- Introduction -- Play, Historicity, and Universality -- Conclusion -- References -- 31 Sense and Meaning -- Sense, Meaning, Intelligibility -- Aristotle's De interpretatione 1-4 -- From Aristotle to Heidegger -- 32 Prejudice and Pre-Understanding -- Conceptual History [Begriffsgeschichte] as Gadamer's "Method" -- Heidegger's Fore-Structure and Gadamer's Elaboration on it in His Theory of Prejudice -- Enlightenment's Prejudice against Prejudice Itself and Prejudices as Necessary Conditions for the Understanding of Finite Beings -- Acknowledgment -- References -- 33 On the Manifold Senses of Mimesis -- I -- II -- III -- IV -- V -- References -- 34 The Hermeneutical Circle -- References -- 35 Metaphor and Symbol -- References -- 36 Dialogue, Goodwill, and Community -- References -- 37 Textuality -- References -- 38 Lived Experience -- Erlebnisse and Lebenswelt -- Erlebnisse: Circular versus Recursive -- Erfahrungen as Hermeneutic Encounters -- The Wisdom of Lived (Hermeneutic) Experience -- References -- Part IV: Major Figures -- 39 Martin Luther.

Luther's Theological Framework -- Luther's Biblical Hermeneutics -- References -- 40 August Boeckh -- Introduction -- Biography -- Boeckh's Contribution to Hermeneutics -- Conclusion -- References -- 41 Immanuel Kant -- Religious Interpretation -- Interpreting Nature -- Reflective Interpretation -- References -- Further Reading -- 42 G. W. F. Hegel -- Experience and Interpretation -- Identity and Social Self-Interpretation -- Beyond Method: Contradiction -- Conclusion -- 43 F. D. E. Schleiermacher -- Intellectual and Cultural Context -- Schleiermacher's Hermeneutics -- References -- 44 Friedrich Nietzsche -- References -- 45 Wilhelm Dilthey -- References -- Further Readings -- 46 Edmund Husserl -- The Correlation between Consciousness and Object -- Hermeneutic Elements in Phenomenology -- References -- 47 Martin Heidegger -- The Hermeneutic Concept of World -- The Priority of Understanding over Perception -- The Fore-Structure of Understanding -- Cognition as a Mode of Interpretation -- References -- Further Reading -- 48 Hans-Georg Gadamer -- Vita -- The Philosophical Hermeneutics of Truth and Method -- Debates -- References -- Bibliography -- On Gadamer -- 49 Mircea Eliade -- The Symbol as a Dimension of Consciousness -- The Method for Establishing the Symbol as a Valid Form -- Conclusion -- References -- 50 Paul Ricoeur -- Ricoeur's Path to Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Mature Conception of Hermeneutics -- Ricoeur's Place in the Hermeneutic Tradition -- References -- 51 E. D. Hirsch -- Biography -- Contribution to Hermeneutics -- References -- 52 Michel Foucault -- Introduction -- Archaeology -- Genealogy -- The Problem of Power -- Conclusion -- References -- 53 Gianni Vattimo -- References -- Books by Vattimo in English Translation -- Other Reading -- 54 Karl-Otto Apel -- References -- 55 Jürgen Habermas -- References -- Further Reading.

56 Richard Rorty -- Rorty's Entanglements with Hermeneutics -- Is Rorty a Hermeneutical Philosopher? -- References -- 57 Günter Figal -- The Hermeneutical Epochē -- Objectivity -- Aesthetics -- References -- Part V: Philosophical Intersections and Encounters -- 58 Hermeneutics and Phenomenology -- Phenomenology as Possibility and Its Role as "Guide" and "Path" for Hermeneutics -- Phenomenology Is a "Hermeneutic" in Three Senses of This Word -- "Grafting" Phenomenology onto Hermeneutics -- Phenomenology and Hermeneutics: A Relationship of "Mutual Belonging" -- References -- 59 Hermeneutics and Deconstruction -- References -- 60 Hermeneutics, Politics, and Philosophy -- Universality and Redemption -- Disorientation and the Philosophical and Political Project of Gadamer's Hermeneutics -- Conversation and Agreement -- Tradition and Politics -- Politics and Power -- Conclusion -- References -- 61 Hermeneutic Philosophy of Science -- References -- 62 Hermeneutics and Pragmatism -- Hermeneutics and Classical Pragmatism -- Neo-Pragmatism and Hermeneutics -- References -- 63 Hermeneutics and Education -- References -- 64 Hermeneutics and Critical Theory -- Adorno: From Idealism's Principle of Identity to Negative Dialectics -- Gadamer: From Dialectics to Dialogue -- Dialectics between Dialogue and Critique -- References -- 65 Hermeneutics and Theology -- Christological Hermeneutics -- Trinitarian Hermeneutics -- The Eucharist's Endless Hermeneutics -- Conclusion: Witnesses and Testaments -- References -- 66 Hermeneutics and Rhetoric -- The Ancient Context -- Rhetoric and Audience -- The Legal Context -- Maimonides versus Spinoza and Biblical Hermeneutics -- Last Words -- References -- 67 Hermeneutics -- References -- 68 Hermeneutics and Feminist Philosophy -- Applications in Philosophy -- Feminist Modifications and Subversions.

Contributions by Female Authors.

Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.

Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

There are no comments on this title.

to post a comment.