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The Problem of Objectivity in Gadamer's Hermeneutics in Light of McDowell's Empiricism


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Chapter 1: Introduction. Reconstructing philosophical hermeneutics.- Chapter 2: The lack of objectivity in postmodern hermeneutics.- Chapter 3: The Socratic paradigm of objectivity.- Chapter 4: Perceptual experience and the ontology of self-presentation.- Chapter 5: Historical and situated objectivity: Tradition and phronesis.- Chapter 6: Hermeneutic meaning and apophantic alienation.

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Morten S. Thaning, PhD, is Associate Professor in Philosophy at the Copenhagen Business School. He has published work on Ancient Philosophy, Heidegger, Gadamer, Foucault and John McDowell. He is currently engaged in the research project "Selfunderstanding and Selfalienation - Existential Hermeneutics and Psychopathology", funded by the Velux Foundation.

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