Interpreting Philosophy: The Elements of Philosophical Hermeneutics
by Nicholas Rescher
Publisher: Ontos Verlag 2013
Number of pages: 190
Philosophers are on the whole too busy doing philosophy to take time to stand back and consider reflectively how the project itself actually works. This affords good reason for attending to philosophical hermeneutics, reflecting on the issue of how philosophical texts are to be understood and interpreted.
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