The Philosophy of Interpretation
Joseph Margolis, Tom Rockmore
Wiley, Jun 8, 2001 - Philosophy - 244 pages
This is a lively, freshly invited collection of papers by a number of well-known philosophers and other specialists who have focused very pointedly on certain central conceptual puzzles posed by the general practice of interpretation in the arts, literature, history, and the natural and human sciences. The collection gives very nearly the impression of a sustained debate.
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