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  • n. One who studies hermeneutics


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  • The silliest example I've seen of this is when an academic who I guess likes to think of himself as the hardest of the hardcore and the purest of the pure dismissed Ludwig Lachmann as a "former Austrian and neo-historicist-hermeneutician-nihilist."

    Austrian Vice # 11 - The Austrian Economists

  • It is something that may help the hermeneutician not to fall prey to the tendency to filter another's speech or writing through one's own cultural, theological, or philosophical frame of mind.



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