Available now, Seb Thirlway’s review of Hermeneutics and Phenomenology for the JBSP, published online in advance of the paper edition.
Seb Thirlway – Book Review: ‘Hermeneutics and Phenomenology: Figures and Themes (eds. Saulius Geniusas and Paul Fairfield)’ [London: Bloomsbury, 2018]. (Review originally published online: 6 May 2019).
Opening paragraph: Almost fifty years ago, Paul Ricoeur offered an influential hermeneutic critique of phenomenology in “Phenomenology and Hermeneutics”. Ricoeur’s article is directly addressed in several chapters of the present volume, but in the context of a broader ambition. This collection aims to contribute to a re-evaluation of the relationship between phenomenology and philosophical hermeneutics. Such a re-evaluation might open up new dialogues between the two traditions by reconsidering their common origins and parallel histories, rather than aiming to solidify their differences. This intention is reflected in the choice of contributors – which includes Jean Grondin, Dermot Moran, Felix Ó Murchadha and Tom Rockmore – and results in a welcome heterogeneity of approaches to the theme.
Full article: https://doi.org/10.1080/00071773.2019.1610611
Seb Thirlway, Newcastle University
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