International Yearbook for Hermeneutics / Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik 978-3-16-152711-1 - Mohr Siebeck
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International Yearbook for Hermeneutics / Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik

Focus: Reading / Schwerpunkt: Lesen
Ed. by Günter Figal

[Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik. Band 12. Schwerpunkt: Lesen.]

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The International Yearbook for Hermeneutics represents one of the prominent currents in contemporary philosophy as well as in bordering disciplines. It collects studies on questions concerning understanding and interpretation in all relevant fields, including philosophy, theology, jurisprudence, theory of science as well as literary and cultural studies. The Yearbook includes contributions to current debates and on the history of ideas from antiquity to the present. This volume is dedicated to the topic of »Reading.«
The International Yearbook for Hermeneutics represents one of the prominent currents in contemporary philosophy as well as in bordering disciplines. It gathers studies on questions concerning understanding and interpretation in all relevant fields, including philosophy, theology, jurisprudence, theory of science as well as literary and cultural studies. The Yearbook includes contributions to current debates and on the history of ideas from antiquity to the present. This year's volume is dedicated to the topic of »Reading."
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Schwerpunkt: Lesen

Heike Gfrereis: Nicht-Lesen. Die Entzauberung einer alten Vorstellung – Bernhard Zimmermann: Ovid liest Klassiker – John Sallis: Doubly Slow Reading – Luca Crescenzi: Sich wandelnde Wahrheit und selbstkritisches Lesen. Nietzsche-Variationen – Ben Vedder: The Historicity of Reading – Dennis J. Schmidt: The Garden of Letters. Reading Plato's Phaedrus on Reading – Daniela Vallega-Neu: At the Limit of Word and Thought. Reading Heidegger's Das EreignisGert-Jan van der Heiden: Reading Bartleby, Reading Ion. On a Difference between Agamben and Nancy – Nicholas Davey: Critical Excess and the Reasonableness of Interpretation – David Espinet: Read thyself! Hobbes, Kant und Husserl über die Grenzen der Selbsterfahrung

Beiträge

Andrea Kern: Das Kunstwerk zwischen Autonomieanspruch und Wahrheit – Alexander Schnell: Kontingenz und Entzug. Zum Transzendentalismus Heideggers – Enrique V. Muñoz Pérez: Heidegger und Scheler. Ein vergessener Bezug – Csaba Olay: Die Überlieferung der Gegenwart und die Gegenwart der Überlieferung. Heidegger und Gadamer über Tradition – Eberhard Geisler: Hölderlin und die Gabe
Authors/Editors

Günter Figal Born 1949; 1976 PhD; 1987 Habilitation; 1989–2002 Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tübingen; since 2002 Professor for Philosophy at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau; since 2017 emeritus.

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In: Meta Journal — 6 (2014), S. 645–649 (Anamaria Andreea Ursache)