Hermeneutics and the Anthropocene: Notice on a Recent Publication

I am pleased to pass on to those who may be interested a notice of a journal article published in Analecta Hermeneutica, Vol. 13, 2021, titled “(Environmental) Hermeneutics at the Heart of the Anthropocene: Ricoeurian and Gadamerian Perspectives,” authored by me and Dr. Cynthia Nielsen of the University of Dallas. The issue can be foundContinue reading “Hermeneutics and the Anthropocene: Notice on a Recent Publication”

“Hermeneutics in Real Life” – Report on a New Project

“Consequently, hermeneutics cannot remain a technique for specialists—the technē hermēneutikē of those who interpret oracles and marvels; rather hermeneutics involves the general problem of comprehension.” —Paul Ricoeur “The principle of hermeneutics simply means that we should try to understand everything that can be understood.” —Hans-Georg Gadamer One of the most prominent misunderstandings about philosophy IContinue reading ““Hermeneutics in Real Life” – Report on a New Project”