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Internationales Jahrbuch für Hermeneutik

Schwerpunkte: Hermeneutik der Geschichte / Hermeneutik der Kunst
Hrsg. v. Günter Figal

[International Yearbook for Hermeneutics. 7th Volume 2008.]

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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. This year's volume deals with the »Hermeneutics of History« and the »Hermeneutics of Art".
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. This year's volume deals with the »Hermeneutics of History« and the »Hermeneutics of Art".
Survey of contents
Schwerpunkt: Hermeneutik der Geschichte
Hans-Joachim Gehrke: Vergangenheitsrepresentation bei den Griechen – Eberhard Jüngel: Wirkung durch Entzug. Eine theologische Anmerkung zum Begriff der Wirkungsgeschichte – Günter Zöller: Die hermeneutischen Aspekte von Fichtes Geschichtsdeutung in den Reden an die deutsche Nation – Lucian Hölscher: Hermeneutik des Nichtverstehens. Skizze zu einer Analyse europäischer Gesellschaften im 20. Jahrhundert – Jeffrey Andrew Barash: Why Remember the Historical Past? Reflections on Historical Skepticism in our Times

Schwerpunkt: Hermeneutik der Kunst
Nicolas Davey: Hermeneutical Application. A Dialogical Approach to the Art/Theory Question – László Tengelyi: Sinnwirkung in der Malerei – Charles Scott: Affectional Immediacy in the Space of Painting – Horst Turk †: Erloschene Augenblicke. Versuch über Edward Hopper, Rainer Maria Rilke und Ernst Cassirer – Dennis Schmidt: Word and Image. On speaking of and seeing the dead – P. Christopher Smith: From Achilles' Shield (Iliad XVIII) to Scenes from the Trojan War (Aeneid I). Poetic and Pictorial Images in Homer and Virgil – Günter Figal: Bild und Zeit – Damir Barbaric: Überbrückung der Leere. Zu Rodins Skulptur Iris – Miguel de Beistegui: Assemblages: In praise of Chillida – Drew Hyland: The Play of Dance
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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