Condition: A Near Fine Copy in Very Good Dust Jacket.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1980).. First Edition.. A Near Fine Copy in Very Good Dust Jacket.. Green cloth hardcover, gilt lettering on spine. 8vo. [i] - xii, 230 pages, including Bibliography and Index. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy. Reviewers proof laid in.
Truth and Method (Wahrheit und Methode) is the major philosophical work by Hans-Georg Gadamer, first published in 1960. The book draws heavily on the work of Wilhelm Dilthey, and Romantic hermeneutics. It rejects as unachievable the goal of objectivity, and instead suggests that meaning is created through intersubjective communication. The book is regarded as Gadamer's magnum opus, and has influenced many philosophers and sociologists, notably Jürgen Habermas....
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