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Gadamer

Between Heidegger and Habermas

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Gadamer by Ingrid H. Scheibler
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One of the first book-length studies to examine Gadamer's relation to Heidegger in depth, Scheibler looks at the ways in which Gadamer positively appropriates central elements of Heidegger's work as well as the way he extends Heidegger's critique of Western metaphysics, avoiding and tacitly challenging some of the most problematical aspects of Heidegger's work. By examining two of the central concepts in Gadamer's work, tradition and language, and by analyzing Gadamer's relation to his mentor, Martin Heidegger, Sheibler successfully shows that far from being the conservative both modernist and post-modernist critics have accused him of being, Gadamer anticipates a number of concerns central to post-modern or post-structuralist thought.

Author Biography

Ingrid H. Scheibler is assistant professor of philosophy at Boston College.
Release date NZ
April 12th, 2000
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Rowman & Littlefield
Pages
208
Dimensions
148x228x11
ISBN-13
9780847696970
Product ID
1826403

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