Aesthetics in Gadamer's Hermeneutics published
"Aesthetics in Gadamer's Hermeneutics" is the title of a new description of Gadamer's "Truth and Method" authored by Reza Taheri.
IBNA: Akbar Ghanbari, Manager of Negah-e-Moaser Publishing House announced the publication of this volume in the last month. According to him, the volume offers a new description and interpretation of Gadamer's lofty work "Truth and Method" and his aesthetic theories.
He added: "Reza Taheri, student of Cinema based in Australia, provides a general view of Gadamer's ideas about aesthetics and art. In fact, this introduction functions as a map for the reader teaching him how to face Gadamer's method."
Ghanbari continued: "The author has made a survey of Gadamer's criticism of the domination of methodological model of natural sciences in the field of humanities as well as humanistic concepts like culture, common sense and law – that according to Gadamer are useful for illuminating human sciences."
Then referring to Gadamer's criticism of Kant, he added: "Meanwhile, he provides an interpretation of key ideas of this philosopher in aesthetics. Gadamer expounds the nature of a work of art and its relationship with artistic experimentation in Hermeneutics by means of concepts such as game, construct, tragedy, and criticism of subjectivity and objectivity."
"Considering literature," Ghanbari continued, "we find that by expanding the domain of literature and inclusion of the text, Gadamer tries to encompass the whole history of culture as well as the arts in his theory."
Therefore, ant phenomena of historical significance functions as a text before the audience calling to be read and understood.
According to Ghanbari, the final chapter of the book is dedicated to the study of the relashionship between hermeneutics and artistic experience.
Aesthetics in Gadamer's Hermeneutics" is published in 2000 copies by Negah-e-Moaser.
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