Contributors from philosophy and social sciences discuss science and method: towards hermeneutic
phenomenology of social science; reflexive and relational hermeneutics
; practice and application: hermeneutics
, social theory; and truth and life: life-philosophy and history, psychology and theology.
It introduces the missional hermeneutic
project from the perspectives of five contributors.
It is a delight to see such close attention given to the music itself, pairing a sense of musically-grounded objectivity with the fluid hermeneutic
approach to music that we have come to expect from Kramer.
The degree to which this description fails to ring true to the average Bible reader today is a result of the extent to which the normate hermeneutic
dominates our reading.
MSG aims to fill this gap by combining fundamental hermeneutic
approaches (semiotics, reception theory, reader response, theories of representation, narrative theory) with recent theories of ludic structure (game ontology) into a hermeneutic
theory of game meaning, which can be used as a set of tools and concepts for game analysis and criticism.
acknowledges that the totus Christus or the christological approach (see Michael Fiedrowicz, Psalmus vox totius Christi: Studien zu Augustins "Enarrationes in Psalmos" ) undoubtedly contributes to the comprehension of Augustine's hermeneutic
in the Enarrationes.
This aim is as ambitious as it is pertinent because, as Hustwit notes, contemporary hermeneutic
philosophy has largely abandoned all hope that a constructive, realist dispute about competing religious claims is feasible.
Can the beliefs expressed in everyday speech be revealed and explored through a hermeneutic
process in which translation and interpretation is a central feature?
Against this backdrop, the present paper aspires to show how recourse to the hermeneutic
dimension--as manifested in particular in Gadamer's philosophical hermeneutics
--is needed to correct for these phronetic lacunae, both by elucidating the conditions needed to advance the dialogical ideal and by providing these with the requisite philosophical grounding.
The first part of the book, comprising nine essays published between 1976 and 2008 and ordered chronologically, traces the evolution of critical feminist emancipatory hermeneutic
which Fiorenza champions.
The book, then, looks back in order to look forward, applying a biblical hermeneutic
to the digital world.
Vishanoff's book sets out to write such a history of the emergence and development of legal hermeneutic