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From the Publisher"...This work is an intelligent contribution to historical debates in hermeneutics and phenomenology... [Recommended]..."
—P. Amato, Drexel University, Choice
"....Kristin Gjesdal's book fits neatly into this newly-discovered interest in Gadamer's philosophy.... lucidly written....her book offers a variety of critical insights. It can be recommended to every scholar of Gadamer's philosophy who is interested in both historical reconstructions and systematic arguments."
—Christian Lotz, Michigan State University, Journal of the History of Philosophy
"In this often insightful and well-argued book, Kristin Gjesdal focuses valuable attention on Gadamer’s treatment of major philosophers of German Idealism and Romanticism in a critical consideration of some of the central ideas of philosophical hermeneutics..."
—Peter Amato, Drexel University, Research in Phenomenology