|Title:||Habermas and Ricoeur’s Depth Hermeneutics|
Jeffery Malpas and Claude Romano
|Keywords:||Habermas and Ricoeur’s|
|Description:||This series aims to rectify this relative neglect and to reaffi rm the character of hermeneutics as a cohesive, distinctive and rigorous stream within contemporary philosophy. The series will encourage works that focus on the history of hermeneutics prior to the twentieth century, that take up fi gures from the classical twentieth-century hermeneutic canon (including Heidegger, Gadamer and Riceur, but also such as Strauss, Pareyson, Taylor and Rorty), that engage with key hermeneutic questions and themes (especially those relating to language, history, aesthetics and truth), that explore the cross-cultural relevance and spread of hermeneutic concerns, and that also address hermeneutics in its interconnection with, and involvement in, other disciplines from architecture to theology. A key task of the series will be to bring into English the work of hermeneutic scholars working outside of the English-speaking world, while also demonstrating the relevance of hermeneutics to key contemporary debates. Since hermeneutics can itself be seen to stand between, and often to overlap with, many different contemporary philosophical traditions, the series will also aim at stimulating and supporting philosophical dialogue through hermeneutical engagement.|
|Appears in Collections:||History|
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