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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Gadamer, Hans-Georg, 1900-2002.
Reason in the age of science.
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1982, ©1981
|Named Person:||Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel|
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|ISBN:||0262070855 9780262070850 0262570610 9780262570619|
|Notes:||Selected essays from author's Vernunft im Zeitalter der Wissenschaft, and two others.|
|Description:||xxxiii, 179 pages ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||On the philosophic element in the sciences and the scientific character of philosophy --
Hegel's philosophy and its aftereffects until today --
The heritage of Hegel --
What is practice? The conditions of social reason --
Hermeneutics as practical philosophy --
Hermeneutics as a theoretical and practical task --
On the natural inclination of human beings toward philosophy --
Philosophy or theory of science?
|Series Title:||Studies in contemporary German social thought, 2.|
|Responsibility:||Hans-Georg Gadamer ; translated by Frederick G. Lawrence.|
"This collection of probing and lucidly written essays shows Gadamer as the leading Continental philosopher after Heidegger. It is an impassioned defense of practical reason, and of hermeneutics as a