In Emily Ryall (ed.), The Philosophy of Play. Routledge. pp. 75 (2013)

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Monica Vilhauer
Curious Soul Philosophy
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By Focusing on Hans-Georg Gadamer’s magnum opus Truth and Method, this paper aims to show how understanding itself — including the understanding of artworks, texts, tradition, and living speech — can be understood as a kind of game or dialogical play-process which requires crucial ethical conditions to be met if it is going to succeed. Success, in terms of the communication of meaning, requires that the players (or interlocutors) commit to a genuine participation with each other in which they “open” themselves to each other’s “claims to truth,” take each other seriously, listen, respond and question, and stand prepared to risk their old prejudices, learn from each other, and be transformed in the process.
Keywords play  communication  dialogue  ethics  openness  hermeneutics  Gadamer
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