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Gadamer and the limits of the modern techno-scientific civilization

Author: Stefano Marino
Publisher: Bern ; New York : P. Lang, ©2011.
Series: Berner Reihe philosophischer Studien, Bd. 43.
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Gadamer and the Limits of the Modern Techno-Scientific Civilization

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Marino, Stefano, 1976-
Gadamer and the limits of the modern techno-scientific civilization.
Bern ; New York : P. Lang, c2011
(DLC) 2011029209
(OCoLC)741937753
Named Person: Hans-Georg Gadamer; Hans-Georg Gadamer; Hans-Georg Gadamer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefano Marino
ISBN: 9783035102635 3035102635
OCLC Number: 812174148
Description: 1 online resource (295 p.)
Contents: Gadamer's long twentieth century --
Science and technology : the real roots of modernity --
The basic features of our societies : conformism, bureaucracy, and self-alienation --
Cosmopolitan hermeneutics in the age of the "clash of civilizations" --
The possibility of global disasters and the fear for the self-destruction of mankind --
On the problematic character of ethic and aesthetic experiences in the age of science --
Religious experience in a nihilistic epoch --
Hermeneutics, techno-science, enlightenment : a complex "constellation" --
The rehabilitation and universalization of practical knowledge and experience --
Reasonableness, dialogue, and freedom: ethical-political consequences of hermeneutics.
Series Title: Berner Reihe philosophischer Studien, Bd. 43.
Responsibility: Stefano Marino.
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