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The Inevitability of Understanding: Essays on the History of Philosophical Hermeneutics and Deconstruction

The Inevitability of Understanding: Essays on the History of Philosophical Hermeneutics and Deconstruction

The monograph covers the main stages of development of philosophical hermeneutics, as represented by the concepts of F. Schleiermacher, W. Dilthey, M. Heidegger and H.-G. Gadamer. The postmodern approach to “understanding” is analyzed on the basis of J. Derrida’s deconstruction concept. The study is supplemented with the Armenian translation of Dilthey's classical article "The Origin of Hermeneutics" and with a Glossary of hermeneutical terms.

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