Within the hermeneutic tradition, and what remains left now as its trace, there has always been what may now be called a certain classical dissonance — classical, because it is a certain delay of an epistemological research program whose grids shaped the rise of modern thought. And yet, the practice of heremeneutics, of textual interpretation, has always left those grids perpetually undone.
"Between Truth and Method: Gadamer and the Problem of Justification in Interpretative Practices,"
University of Dayton Review: Vol. 17:
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