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Strong Hermeneutics

Contingency and Moral Identity

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Strong Hermeneutics by Nicholas H Smith
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An investigation of some of the most important and controversial issues in philosophy today, this text presents a critical picture of both the "weak" or postmodern view of ethics evident in the work of Nietzsche, Richard Rorty and Jean-Francois Lyotard; and the enlightenment view, descended from Kant and taken up by Jurgen Habermas. Nicholas Smith argues that neither of these views can provide a proper framework for ethics. He instead advocates an alternative, a strong hermeneutics. Drawing on the work of Hans-Georg Gadamer, Paul Ricoeur and Charles Taylor, the text provides an account of how we must understand ethics and identity today.
Release date NZ
August 28th, 1997
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
Pages
208
Dimensions
156x234x13
ISBN-13
9780415164313
Product ID
1862010

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