Pluralism and Hermeneutics


  • Carlos B. Gutiérrez Universidad de los Andes



pluralism, Gadamer, hermeneutics


Gaining awareness of the pluralism in which the life of our historical moment runs in its different areas presupposes having accepted that the mobility of existence occurs in the interpretive flow of all meaning and that human truth is radically temporary. Living in a world determined globally by fleeting images of portentous electronic manipulation must have sensitized us to the incessant flow of all meaning, whose systematic ignorance made the interpretive creativity of the human being ideologically unknown and repressed for so long. In the philosophy of the second half of the 20th century, as we are going to outline shortly, however, the rehabilitation of interpretation occurred insofar as the self-understanding of the human sciences was surrounded by airs of liberation that resulted from the growing awareness of the radical temporality of the human.

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Carlos B. Gutiérrez, Universidad de los Andes

Universidad de los Andes



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Gutiérrez, C. B. (2008). Pluralism and Hermeneutics. Estudios De Filosofía, 27–35.



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