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Hermeneutics and interpretive theory : philosophical, theological, linguistic, and biblical perspective

Author: Stanley E Porter; Jason Robinson
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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In this concentrated, intelligible, and useful introductory volume Stanley Porter and Jason Robinson give a splendid overview of hermeneutical and interpretive thought.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley E Porter; Jason Robinson
ISBN: 9780802866578 0802866573
OCLC Number: 772290502
Description: p. cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.What Is Hermeneutics? --
Introduction --
Romantic Hermeneutics --
Phenomenological and Existential Hermeneutics --
Philosophical Hermeneutics --
Hermeneutic Phenomenology --
Critical Hermeneutics --
Structuralism --
Poststructuralism --
Dialectical Theology and Exegesis --
Theological Hermeneutics --
Literary Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
2.Hermeneutics and New Foundations: Friedrich Schleiermacher and Wilhelm Dilthey --
Introduction --
Friedrich Schleiermacher --
Life and Influences --
Romanticism and the Enlightenment --
Hermeneutical Method and the Art of Understanding --
Wilhelm Dilthey --
Life and Influences --
Life and Lived Experience --
Human Sciences, Understanding, and Expressions --
Historicism --
Methodological Interpretation and the Hermeneutical Circle --
A Critical Appraisal of Romantic Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
3.Phenomenology and Existential Hermeneutics: Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger --
Contents note continued: Introduction --
Edmund Husserl --
Life and Influences --
Husserl's Development --
Phenomenology --
Epoche and Eidetic Reduction --
Transcendental Phenomenology --
Martin Heidegger --
Life and Influences --
Heidegger's Phenomenology --
Dasein and the Existential Analytic --
Questions of Situation and Hermeneutics of Facticity --
Understanding and Interpretation --
A Critical Appraisal of Phenomenological and Existential Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
4.Hans-Georg Gadamer's Philosophical Hermeneutics --
Introduction --
Gadamer and Philosophical Hermeneutics --
Life and Influences --
Philosophical Hermeneutics --
Truth and Method --
Fusion of Horizons --
Tradition, Effective History, and Prejudice --
Play and the Work of Art --
The Question of Openness --
Dialogue --
A Critical Appraisal of Philosophical Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
5.Paul Ricoeur's Hermeneutic Phenomenology --
Introduction --
Contents note continued: Ricoeur and Hermeneutic Phenomenology --
Life and Influences --
Formative and Early Philosophical Years --
Phenomenology and Ricoeur's Philosophical Development --
Hermeneutical Turn --
Time and Narrative --
Discourse and the Surplus of Meaning --
A Critical Appraisal of Hermeneutic Phenomenology --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
6.Jurgen Habermas's Critical Hermeneutics --
Introduction --
Habermas and Critical Hermeneutics --
Life and Influences --
Habermas's Place in Contemporary Thought --
The Public Sphere, Rationality, and Discourse --
Critical Theory, System, and Life-World --
Communicative Action and Universal Pragmatics --
A Critical Appraisal of Critical Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
7.Structuralism and Daniel Patte --
Introduction --
The Development of Structuralism --
Ferdinand de Saussure --
Structuralism in Europe --
Linguistic Structuralism: Prague and Copenhagen --
Structuralism in America --
Literary Structuralism --
Contents note continued: Daniel Patte --
Life and Influences --
Structural Hermeneutics in Theory and Practice --
Greimas's Structural Semiotics and the Religious Dimensions of Biblical Texts --
Structural Exegesis Defined and Exemplified --
Steps to Structural Exegesis --
Patte and the Implications of a Structural Hermeneutics --
A Critical Appraisal of Structuralism --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
8.Jacques Derrida and Deconstruction --
Introduction --
Derrida and Deconstruction --
Life and Influences --
The Non-Philosophy-Philosophy Deconstruction --
Structuralism --
Logocentrism --
Differance and Trace: Conditions of the (Im)possible --
Textuality and Aporias --
Derrida and Gadamer: Interpretations of Interpretation --
A Critical Appraisal of Deconstruction --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
9.Dialectical Theology and Exegesis: Karl Barth and Rudolf Bultmann --
Introduction --
Karl Barth --
Life and Influences --
Theological Formation --
Commentary on Romans --
Contents note continued: Barth in Germany --
Church Dogmatics --
The Hermeneutics of Barth --
A Critical Appraisal of Barth's Hermeneutics --
Rudolf Bultmann --
Life and Influences --
Bultmann and University --
Early Career --
Professor at Marburg --
Dialectical Theology and Hermeneutics --
Exegesis and the Problems of Hermeneutics --
Existential Hermeneutics --
History of Religions --
Demythologization --
Bultmann's Hermeneutical Legacy: The New Hermeneutic --
A Critical Appraisal of Bultmann's Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
10.Theological Hermeneutics: Anthony Thiselton and Kevin Vanhoozer --
Introduction --
Anthony Thiselton --
Life and Influences --
Theological Hermeneutics --
What Is the Scope of Theological Hermeneutics? --
What Is the Major Hermeneutical Question? --
What Constitutes a Constructive Philosophical Theological Hermeneutics? --
Hermeneutics of Doctrine --
Kevin Vanhoozer --
Life and Influences --
There Is a Meaning in This Text --
Contents note continued: Drama of Doctrine --
A Critical Appraisal of Theological Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
11.Literary Hermeneutics: Alan Culpepper and Stephen Moore --
Introduction --
R. Alan Culpepper --
Life and Influences --
Defining a Literary Hermeneutics --
Stephen Moore --
Life and Influences --
The Consequences of Literary Criticism --
A Critical Appraisal of Literary Hermeneutics --
Conclusion --
Reference Works --
12.Conclusion --
What Is Hermeneutics? --
Ongoing Debates --
Language, Tradition, and Rationality --
Ontology or Epistemology or What? --
Reference Works.
Responsibility: Stanley E. Porter & Jason C. Robinson.

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