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  1. Playing with Dogs: Toward Interspecies Hermeneutics.Dr Catherine Homan - 2024 - Journal of Applied Hermeneutics 2024 (2024).
    In Truth and Method, Hans-Georg Gadamer argues that to have language is to have a world. While nonhuman animals can and do communicate, they do not understand and give shape to their environment through that communication in the way that humans do with language. Against Gadamer, I argue that humans and nonhumans similarly create meaning through play, thus giving shape to their worlds. Drawing on the works of Donna Haraway, I argue that interspecies play is a mode of creative meaning (...)
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    Guest Editorial: How Can We Know When the Hermeneutics of Suspicion Becomes Suspect?Dr David W. Jardine - 2024 - Journal of Applied Hermeneutics 2024 (2024).
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  3. Editorial. Bringing Forth a World: Inviting Maturana into the Conversation of the "Wide World Over".Dr Nancy J. Moules - 2024 - Journal of Applied Hermeneutics 2024 (2024).
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    Book Review: “Against Critical Thinking in Health, Social Care and Social Work: Reframing Philosophy for Professional Practice” by Professor Tom Grimwood. [REVIEW]Katherine Stelfox - 2024 - Journal of Applied Hermeneutics 2024 (2024).
    This article is a review of Dr. Tom Grimwood’s recent book, Against Critical Thinking in Health, Social Care and Social Work: Reframing Philosophy for Professional Practice, published by Routledge (2024). In this book, Grimwood takes the reader through a series of encounters between philosophy and practice, attempting to disrupt the well-established assumptions of critical thinking so that we may better understand criticality for its utility among care practice professionals, and as a mode of understanding. Grimwood’s work is a necessary antidote (...)
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