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  1. H. -G. Gadamer (forthcoming). The Heidelberg Congress, October 1966. Foundations of Language.
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  2. H. -G. Gadamer (2006). Artworks in Word and Image: 'So True, So Full of Being!' (Goethe) (1992). Theory, Culture and Society 23 (1):57-83.
    The arts, taken as whole, govern the metaphysical heritage of the western philosophical tradition. The arts possess absoluteness in that in the experience of art we recognize something as ‘aright’, as true. Art also possesses absoluteness because it transcends all historical differences between eras. Art - and philosophy - possess a contemporaneity in that they attune themselves to the present time. Art is thus not a refined pleasure but something that shows us a world that is there for itself and (...)
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  3. H. -G. Gadamer (2006). Classical and Philosophical Hermeneutics. Theory, Culture and Society 23 (1):29-56.
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  4. H. -G. Gadamer (2006). Language and Understanding(1970). Theory, Culture and Society 23 (1):13-27.
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  5. H. -G. Gadamer (2006). Looking Back with Gadamer Over His Writings and Their Effective History: A Dialogue with Jean Grondin (1996). Theory, Culture and Society 23 (1):85-100.
    In this interview with Jean Grondin, Gadamer discusses the meaning ‘linguisticality’ and acknowledges his intellectual debt to Heidegger, Augustine, Vico and classical Greek philosophy. Heidegger’s influence on Gadamer can be seen in Gadamer’s awareness of pernicious ontological effects of the Latinization of European language, his awareness of the centrality of technology to the understanding of contemporary philosophical problems and the idea that ‘language speaks’. From Augustine, Gadamer derived his theory of the word as that which cannot be known and brought (...)
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  6. F. Marty, X. Tilliette, H. -G. Gadamer, R. Lauth, W. Klubagk, L. Sichirollo, D. Henrich, P. Fruchon, O. PÖGGELER & T. Rockmore (1999). Père Marcel Régnier (1900-1998): Hommage au Père Marcel REGNIER (1900-1998). Archives de Philosophie 62 (3):429-442.
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  7. H. -G. Gadamer & J. Fletcher (1998). On the Political Incompetence of Philosophy. Diogenes 46 (182):3-11.
  8. H. -G. Gadamer (1987). The Relevance of Greek Philosophy for Modern Thought. South African Journal of Philosophy 6 (2):39-42.
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  9. H. -G. Gadamer (1986). Die Stellung der Poesie im System der Hegelschen Asthetik und die Frage des Vergangenheitscharakters der Kunst in Welt und Wirkung von Hegels Asthetik. Hegel-Studien 27:213-223.
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