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- adv. In a hermeneutical way.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. According to the principles of interpretation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- By interpretation or exegesis; according to the established principles of interpretation.
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I readily admit that it is not without difficulties hermeneutically, but that is the nature of pesher exegesis.
Thus, the speaker is exiled in manifold ways: physically, religiously, and hermeneutically.
One hundred and one years of their life and work far outweighs the texts which remain chained to the context, and hence, hermeneutically susceptible.
But theologically and hermeneutically I believe he hit the nail on the head and identified the most crucial issue for mediating Christian faith into any new historical epoch.
The first thing to be kept in mind is that the prefix Er- and construct eignis have an independent status calling for distinct translations of both if the translation is to be hermeneutically responsible to what Heidegger says with Er-eignis.
Sometimes a little bit of doubt keeps us more alert, hermeneutically speaking.
Having a close affinity with the mystical experience, the experience of this integration would force on the language of its description inexpressible nuances, a certain fluidity and elusiveness which, hermeneutically speaking, would remain open to numerous kinds of empathetic comprehension.
#54 Willis: hermeneutically speaking, that paragraph really is something to behold.
Nevertheless, even after we have carried out a hermeneutically sensitive reconstruction of the context, and after we have finished reading between and behind the lines of his political texts, there no doubt remain a number of controversial aspects of Nishida's political thought.
It turns out that every line is imbued with subtle and hermeneutically challenging messages, worthy of the closest of readings.