Interpretation without Hermeneutics: A Plea against Ecumenism
|Published in||Topoi. 1991, p. 137-146|
|Abstract||Many contemporary writers (and Richard Rorty in particular) have attempted to define an "ecumenistic" position, according to which "continental" and "analytic" philosophy should join forces and work together. This has been claimed on behalf of supposed similarities between hermeneutics and interpretation theory. The author tries to show, comparing Gadamer and Davidson on interpretation, that there are, on the contrary, huge differences between these respective approaches.|
|Keywords||Analytic — Continental — Hermeneutics — Interpretation — Metaphysics|
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|ENGEL, Pascal. Interpretation without Hermeneutics: A Plea against Ecumenism. In: Topoi, 1991, p. 137-146. doi: 10.1007/bf00141334 https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:4900|