On Wilhelm Dilthey's Concept of the Human Sciences

Russian Studies in Philosophy 37 (4):53-61 (1999)
These excerpts have been kindly provided by Professor George L. Kline, who had edited and introduced the English translation of Germenevtika i ee problemy, done from a manuscript by the late Erika Freiberger. The Russian manuscript written in 1918 had been published in installments in the yearbook Kontekst in 1989-92. The excerpts presented here can be found in the 1991 and 1992 issues, in which the installments were edited by Shpet's granddaughter Elena V. Pasternak. The English translation of the entire book is forthcoming
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