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Readings in Interpretation

Holderlin, Hegel, Heidegger

1987
Author:

Andrzej Warminski
Introduction by Rodolphe Gasche

Readings in Interpretation

Institutes a rethinking of history, theory, philosophy, literature and the way they relate to one another in critical reading. "Meticulous and challenging . . . well worth reading." --Southern Humanities Review

Institutes a rethinking of history, theory, philosophy, literature and the way they relate to one another in critical reading. "Meticulous and challenging . . . well worth reading." --Southern Humanities Review

“[In Andrzej Warminski’s work,] the problems of reading and of hermeneutics in general are submitted to the most decisive kinds of questions, to the very questions that vibrate through the greatest texts of the German nineteenth century and of our modernity.” -- Jacques Derrida

Readings in Interpretation

Andrzej Warminski Professor of English at the University of California, Irvine.

Rodolphe Gasche is Distinguished Professor & Eugenio Donato Professor of Comparative Literature at the State University of New York, Buffalo.

Readings in Interpretation

“. . . meticulous and challenging. Warminski is well worth reading.”

“[In Andrzej Warminski’s work,] the problems of reading and of hermeneutics in general are submitted to the most decisive kinds of questions, to the very questions that vibrate through the greatest texts of the German nineteenth century and of our modernity.” -- Jacques Derrida