Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik 978-3-16-148649-4 - Mohr Siebeck
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Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik

Schwerpunkt: Platon und die Hermeneutik
Hrsg. v. Günter Figal

[International Yearbook for Hermeneutics. 4th Volume 2005. Main Topic: Platon and Hermeneutics.]

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Published in German.
This yearbook represents a broad basis of one of the main trends in present-day philosophy with its counterparts in other sectors of the humanities. Hermeneutics sees itself as a successor to German Idealism and to the philosophy which originated in Germany and Europe during the 19th and the 20th century.
This yearbook represents a broad basis of one of the main trends in present-day philosophy with its counterparts in other sectors of the humanities. Hermeneutics sees itself as a successor to German Idealism and to the philosophy which originated in Germany and Europe during the 19th and the 20th century. In a broad sense, hermeneutics can be seen here as a counterbalance to analytical philosophy. Particular emphasis is also placed on the reference to antiquity as the origin of European philosophy.
Survey of contents
Jean-Luc Nancy: Derrida da capo
Schwerpunkt: Platon und die Hermeneutik
Drew A. Hyland: Oude Tis Logos, Oude Tis Episteme: The Hermeneutics of Beauty – Walter Mesch: Platons Dialoge als hermeneutisches Problem – Christine Schefer: Platon und die antiken Mysterien. Zum Problem des Verhältnisses von Philosophie und Religion – John Sallis: Der Fluß der physis und der Beginn der Philosophie – Walter Brogan: Beyond Logos: Naming Difference in Plato's Theaetetus – Michael Steinmann: Gewalt und Überredung. Zur Struktur der Dialektik in Platons Timaios – Petra Schmidt-Wiborg: Über den Dualismus in Platons Philebus – Jamey Findling: Gadamer and the Platonic Contribution to Practical Philosophy – Friederike Rese: Dialektik und Hermeneutik
Beiträge:
Klaus Held: Phänomenologie der »eigentlichen Zeit« bei Husserl und Heidegger – Annette Hilt: Die Frage nach dem Menschen. Anthropologische Philosophie bei Helmuth Plessner und Martin Heidegger – Søren Gosvig Olesen: Über das Selbe – Hans Feger: »Dieser Eingang war nur für Dich bestimmt«. Zur existenziellen Bedeutung der Türhüterlegende in Kafkas Roman »Der Prozess«
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.

Reviews

The following reviews are known:

In: Teoria — Jg.XXV (2005),H.2,S.240ff (Annamaria Lossi)