The Circular Road, A Peek into Paul Ricouer's Hermeneutics
In the midst of the 2024 presidential election competition, the book "Circular Road" offers a methodology for understanding problems by looking at processes, identifying meanings, and thereby preventing them from being quickly forgotten.
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Hermeneutics, which is usually used in interpreting or interpreting Biblical texts by the philosopher Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005), is positioned as a way of understanding various problems; a long detour search for meaning that is anti-shortcut, tracing a long road that often twists and turns (p. 17); a process that is opposite to previous hermeneutics, such as Heidegger's version, for example, to interpret "What Is" simply through human existential reality or Gadamer's version.