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Nelson Cerqueira
Posted: Wednesday, June 27, 2018 10:35:04 PM

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What was Hermeneutics for Plato and for the romantics
Romany
Posted: Thursday, June 28, 2018 8:55:51 AM
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Are you asking a simple question? Do you want to know how, for example, Plato and Byron & Co. differed in their interpretation of the world?

Do you want to start a discussion, on the other hand? (If so this should be in the Philosophy section).

In either case, I'd say any answer would only come from an Hermeneutical response: so you will have to state your case if you really do want people to reply.
Nelson Cerqueira
Posted: Thursday, June 28, 2018 10:28:41 AM

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Not talking I placed the topic here because knowledge and culture would lead us to literature, the arts and society, as you correctly perceived by bringing Byron to the center. My ideia was to explore how the Romantics displaced Plato from interpretations. And how literary Hermeneutics evolved.
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