By Gadamer, Hans-Georg; Ricœur, Paul; Gadamer, Hans-Georg; Ricœur, Paul; Mootz, Francis J.; Taylor, George Howard
Hans-Georg Gadamer and Paul Ricoeur have been of an important hermeneutical philosophers of the 20th century. Gadamer single-handedly revived hermeneutics as a philosophical box along with his many essays and his masterpiece, fact and technique. Ricoeur famously mediated the Gadamer-Habermas debate and complicated his personal hermeneutical philosophy via a couple of books addressing social concept, religion, psychoanalysis and political philosophy. This e-book brings Gadamer and Ricoeur right into a hermeneutical dialog with one another via a few of their most vital commentators. Twelve le. Read more...
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265), and, with reference to Gadamer’s specific concern of understanding the past, “the structure of historical understanding is seen . . ). The point, quite in keeping with Heidegger’s emphasis on getting clear about oneself, is that the thing to be understood “is” always correlative to the self-understanding of the one who understands it. ” Further, both the one who understands and the thing that is understood “are” historically, that is, in the process of unfolding themselves over time, and neither the one who understands nor the thing understood “are” statically present independently of each other.
Vii, ix). The goal, unlike that of the sciences, is not to replace prereflective and prerational experience and its world with something somehow superior; it is rather to notice our immediate belonging, from which the sciences and even common sense arise, and to which they belong. 44 Gadamer and Ricoeur Second, we belong in terms of interest as well as immersion. So the goal of reflection is in some sense practical. Reflection does not withdraw from the world toward the unity of consciousness as the world’s basis; it steps back to watch the forms of transcendence fly up like sparks from a fire; it slackens the intentional threads which attach us to the world and thus brings them to our notice.
384). ” In Gadamer, however, we do not select or choose a tradition from outside it any more than we choose our native language this way. Rather, we find ourselves always already underway within it, albeit with some level of obliviousness to it. And then there is Heidegger’s unsavory vocabulary here that is quite foreign to Gadamer: Schicksal, Volk, Kampf. The entire passage seems, to me at least, to be an infelicitous blend of Nietzsche’s amor fati with Leni Riefenstahl’s Triumph des Willens. Ricoeur, too, alludes to this account of Gadamer’s about Heidegger on phronêsis.
Gadamer and ricoeur : critical horizons for contemporary hermeneutics by Gadamer, Hans-Georg; Ricœur, Paul; Gadamer, Hans-Georg; Ricœur, Paul; Mootz, Francis J.; Taylor, George Howard