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Author Pasgaard-Westerman, Martin

Title Understanding World, Other and Self Beyond the Anthropological Paradigm : a Signo-Interpretational Approach
Published Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2018
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Description 1 online resource (210 pages)
Series Berlin Studies in Knowledge Research Ser. ; v. 13
Berlin Studies in Knowledge Research Ser
Contents Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Introduction; 1. Interpretation -- Man -- Skepticism; 2. Philosophy of Signs and Interpretations; 3. Self-Referentiality as Signo-Interpretational Process; Part I. "Who Interprets?" Agent, Process and the Ending of the Semiosis; 4. Man as Meta-Interpreting Being -- Lenk's Methodological Interpretationism; 5. Man as Individual Understanding -- Simon's Philosophy of the Sign; 6. Man as Signo-Interpretational Process -- Abel's Philosophy of Sign and Interpretation; 7. Signo-Interpretational Processes: Genealogy, Creativity, Critique
Part II. Man as Signo-interpretational Being -- The Skeptical Disposition towards World, Other, and Self8. The Skeptical Disposition; 9. Interpretations of World; 10. Interpretations of Others; 11. Interpretations of Self; Literature; Subject index; Index of names
Summary The Berlin Studies in Knowledge Research (BSKR) series aims to foster systematic research into the variety of forms of knowledge as well as to uncover aspects of their underlying unity. The conception of the discipline of epistemology it seeks to promote is a generous-one which encompasses a study of the full variety of forms, practices and dynamics of knowledge, as well as their mutually interacting points of contact and their respective mechanisms of interpenetration. It seeks thereby to bring about a reorientation of the discipline of epistemology, undoing artificial restrictions in its sco
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 190-195) and indexes
Notes In English
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Subject Anthropology.
Ethnology.
Anthropology.
Ethnology.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Regional Studies.
SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Sociology -- General.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 3110591138
311059207X
9783110591132
9783110592078