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The essays in this collection are meant to be representative both of the current work on the nature of interpretation and of the necessity for such work to go beyond narrow disciplinary interests. Several individuals and institutions aided in bringing the essays together. Since a 1981 conference, many of these papers have been revised to take into account the exchange of views that took place. The other essays in the book are intended to reflect the broad range of hermeneutical alternatives that are now being actively explored.

ISBN

978087023

Publication Date

1984

Publisher

The University of Massachusetts Press

City

Amherst

Keywords

nature of interpretation, hermeneutical alternatives

School

School of Arts and Sciences

Department

Philosophy

Disciplines

Philosophy

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Edited by: Gary Shapiro and Alan Sica.

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