New horizons in hermeneutics / Anthony C. Thiselton. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: Grand Rapids, Michigan : Zondervan Pub. House, [(c)1992.Description: xii, 703 pages ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
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  • volume
ISBN:
  • 0310505904
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • BD241.N494 1992
  • BD241.T448.N494 1992
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Contents:
Introduction: New Horizons I. Transforming Texts: Preliminary Observations II. What is a Text? Shifting Paradigms of Textuality III. From Semiotics to Deconstruction and Post-Modernist Theories of Textuality IV. Pre-Modern Biblical Interpretation: The Hermeneutics of Tradition V. The Hermeneutics of Enquiry: From the Reformation to Modern Theory Virgin Islands Schleiermacher's Hermeneutics of Understanding Virgin IslandsI. Pauline and Other Texts in the Light of a Hermeneutics of Understanding Virgin IslandsII. The Hermeneutics of Self-Involvement: From Existentialist Models to Speech-Act Theory IX. The Hermeneutics of Metacriticism and the Foundations of Knowledge X. The Hermeneutics of Suspicion and Retrieval: Paul Ricoeur's Hermeneutical Theory XI. The Hermeneutics of Socio-Critical Theory: Its Relation to Socio-Pragmatic Hermeneutics and to Liberation Theologies XII. The Hermeneutics of Liberation Theologies and Feminist Theologies: Socio-Critical and Socio-Pragmatic Strands XIII. The Hermeneutics of Reading in the Context of Literary Theory XIV. The Hermeneutics of Reading in Reader-Response Theories of Literary Meaning XV. The Hermeneutics of Pastoral Theology: (1) Ten Ways of Reading Texts in Relation to Varied Reading-Situations XVI. The Hermeneutics of Pastoral Theology: (2) Further Reading-Situations, Pluralism, and 'Believing' Reading
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Introduction: New Horizons I. Transforming Texts: Preliminary Observations II. What is a Text? Shifting Paradigms of Textuality III. From Semiotics to Deconstruction and Post-Modernist Theories of Textuality IV. Pre-Modern Biblical Interpretation: The Hermeneutics of Tradition V. The Hermeneutics of Enquiry: From the Reformation to Modern Theory Virgin Islands Schleiermacher's Hermeneutics of Understanding Virgin IslandsI. Pauline and Other Texts in the Light of a Hermeneutics of Understanding Virgin IslandsII. The Hermeneutics of Self-Involvement: From Existentialist Models to Speech-Act Theory IX. The Hermeneutics of Metacriticism and the Foundations of Knowledge X. The Hermeneutics of Suspicion and Retrieval: Paul Ricoeur's Hermeneutical Theory XI. The Hermeneutics of Socio-Critical Theory: Its Relation to Socio-Pragmatic Hermeneutics and to Liberation Theologies XII. The Hermeneutics of Liberation Theologies and Feminist Theologies: Socio-Critical and Socio-Pragmatic Strands XIII. The Hermeneutics of Reading in the Context of Literary Theory XIV. The Hermeneutics of Reading in Reader-Response Theories of Literary Meaning XV. The Hermeneutics of Pastoral Theology: (1) Ten Ways of Reading Texts in Relation to Varied Reading-Situations XVI. The Hermeneutics of Pastoral Theology: (2) Further Reading-Situations, Pluralism, and 'Believing' Reading

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