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International Yearbook for Hermeneutics/Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik

Volume 19: Focus: Plurality / Band 19: Schwerpunkt: Pluralität
Edited by Günter Figal and Bernhard Zimmermann

[Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik. Band 19. Schwerpunkt: Pluralität.]

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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 focusses on »Plurality.«
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 volume focusses on » Plurality."
Survey of contents
Günter Figal: Abstand im Dazugehören. Öffentlichkeit und Individualität – Bernhard Zimmermann: Individuum und Masse. Demokratieanalysen bei Pseudo-Xenophon, Aristophanes und Thukydides – John Sallis: On Community – Sanem Yazıcıoğlu: The Anonymous: The Invisibles of Society – Dennis J. Schmidt: Thinking in times of crisis: What to do – Antonia Egel: Politik im Lied. Chorische Inszenierung und politisches Handeln am Beispiel der EU, Beethovens und Brechts – Tobias Keiling: The Problem of Moralism and the Point of Equality – Kristi Sweet: Kant on the Sensus Communis. On What We Have in Common and the Ground of the Critical System – Nicole Haitzinger: The Aeschylean Danaids, Imagined as Figures Made of Stone
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.

Bernhard Zimmermann Born 1955; 1983 PhD; 1988 Habilitation; 1992–97 Professor of Classical Philology at the Heinrich-Heine-University in Düsseldorf; since 1997 Professor for Classical Philology at the University of Freiburg im Breisgau.

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