Phenomenology 2010

Volume 2, 2010

Selected Essays from Latin America

Germán Vargas Guillén
Pages 259-276

An Overview of Living Meaning
Between Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

A discussion of the need to complement phenomenology’s emphasis on description and first-person experience, in accounting for the human production of meaning, with hermeneutics’ emphasis on interpretation and third-person experience, partially through accounting for the roles of corrigibility and argumentation in the phenomenological method.

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