Open secrets: reading and understanding: James Douglas Fleming: Milton’s secrecy and philosophical hermeneutics, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Hampshire, 2008, xiv + 196 pp, ₤55.00 HB [Book Review]

Metascience 19 (2):345-348 (2010)
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Abstract

This scholarly and engaging text focuses on John Milton’s poetry and prose as the locus of a hermeneutic model of the interpretation of meaning which is radically different from modern scientific understandings of interpretation as a matter of discovery or the uncovering of knowledge

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