Tag: Friedrich Schleiermacher

Blogging through Truth and Method post 6: The Questionableness of Romantic Hermeneutics (173-218)

  In this section, Gadamer attempts to undermine Romantic hermeneutics; to do so, he will retrace Wilhelm Dilthey’s steps with different goals than the ones that Dilthey had.   Hermeneutics develops in two parallel tracks: theological and philological. Both of them conceive of their work as “a rediscovery of something that was not absolutely unknown,…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #32.1: Church Music Revisited

General Introduction – Where’s Michial teach again? – Stuck in the middle with the soulless Calvinists – The plan for November Talking Back, Not Bach – One hand in the hornet’s nest – Forgive us, please – David and Michial hate each other What Is Emotion, Anyway? – Good feelings and a warm heart –…