The Hermeneutical Self and an Ethical Difference: Intercivilizational Engagement

The Hermeneutical Self and an Ethical Difference Intercivilizational Engagement Incorporating a tour of the past and a proposition for the future Chung presents a fascinating study of inter civilizational hermeneutics that embraces our modern times and suggests the liberative po

  • Title: The Hermeneutical Self and an Ethical Difference: Intercivilizational Engagement
  • Author: Paul S. Chung
  • ISBN: 9780227173817
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Paperback
  • Incorporating a tour of the past and a proposition for the future, Chung presents a fascinating study of inter civilizational hermeneutics that embraces our modern times and suggests the liberative potential of hermeneutical study Adopting a subtle approach that stays clear of trying to impose upon the reader a simplistic understanding of hermeneutical discourses, Chung iIncorporating a tour of the past and a proposition for the future, Chung presents a fascinating study of inter civilizational hermeneutics that embraces our modern times and suggests the liberative potential of hermeneutical study Adopting a subtle approach that stays clear of trying to impose upon the reader a simplistic understanding of hermeneutical discourses, Chung instead draws on a host of classical and modern scholars in search of a new and refreshing global hermeneutical theory.

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