Gadamer's subtilitas applicandi versus Whitehead's Symbolic Reference

Filozofia 64 (1):18-27 (2009)

The author focuses on two different approaches in philosophical hermeneutics: those of Gadamer and Whitehead, which have some very important points in common. For example, Gadamer’s fusion of horizons is very close to Whitehead’s conception of symbolical reference
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