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General Remarks on the Relation of the Sciences [to Hermeneutics] as a Transition to Ernesti

  • Gustav Shpet
  • Thomas Nemeth
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Part of the Contributions To Phenomenology book series (CTPH, volume 98)

Abstract

Up to this historical period, hermeneutics had developed blindly without an awareness of its theoretical value. Practical interests stood in the foreground by those who thought about the problems associated with it. Hermeneutics had to turn toward epistemological issues, seeing signs not only as an object, but also as a concept. In this chapter, Shpet traces the development of hermeneutics through a host of early figures including Llull, Locke, Campbell, Reid, and Monboddo.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Gustav Shpet
  • Thomas Nemeth
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  1. 1.ManchesterUSA

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