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Gadamer’s Approach to the Paradox of the Open Horizon of Actuality


Lah, Nataša
Gadamer’s Approach to the Paradox of the Open Horizon of Actuality // European Theories in Former Yugoslavia. Trans- theory Relations between Global and Local discourses / Šuvaković, Miško ; Cvejić, Žarko ; Filipović, Andrija (ur.).
Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. str. 58-64


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Naslov
Gadamer’s Approach to the Paradox of the Open Horizon of Actuality

Autori
Lah, Nataša

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
European Theories in Former Yugoslavia. Trans- theory Relations between Global and Local discourses

Urednik/ci
Šuvaković, Miško ; Cvejić, Žarko ; Filipović, Andrija

Izdavač
Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Grad
Newcastle

Godina
2015

Raspon stranica
58-64

ISBN
1-4438-7720-4

Ključne riječi
Hans Georg Gadamer, appraisal of art, open horizon, actuality, hermeneutics as practical philosophy, critique of self-understanding

Sažetak
In the philosophy of Hans Georg Gadamer the beginning of modern art marks a breakup with the lore of self-understanding the artistic contents and a need for expansion of theoretical horizon to the realm of entire human life and culture. Therefore, the actuality of modernity, as the new reality of oblivion, has confronted the hermeneutical demand for open horizon based on „memory and reminiscence“ (Horizonterweiterung). This essay deals with the possibility of applying the „practical philosophy“, which is also the mainstay of Gadamer's hermeneutics, as a proposal for reconciliation of memory and oblivion, in a paradoxical meeting of past and future. This further refers us to a historical- active situation of incessant explaining (Erklärung), instead of which we should exit the historical context in order to reify the humanities, by relying on the self- understanding quality of language and alphabet (Verständnis). To arrive to the words of what has been said within the lore, is to achieve an understanding that is leading towards action that has to be active itself – deems Gadamer – thus breaking up with the traditional comprehension of hermeneutics (as the teaching on method). However, the artistic lore arrives to the word not based on linguistics but rather on the anthropological foundations of game, symbols and festivals, always asking new questions, instead of answering the old theoretical challenges. Following the rules pertaining to the game of opening, of the lore that has been handed down through art, the hermeneutics placed itself „between“ the distanced, historically conceived reification and the living affiliation to a certain tradition, hence building a bridge between memory and oblivion (tradition and modernity).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filozofija, Znanost o umjetnosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Rijeka

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Lah, Nataša
Gadamer’s Approach to the Paradox of the Open Horizon of Actuality // European Theories in Former Yugoslavia. Trans- theory Relations between Global and Local discourses / Šuvaković, Miško ; Cvejić, Žarko ; Filipović, Andrija (ur.).
Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015. str. 58-64
Lah, N. (2015) Gadamer’s Approach to the Paradox of the Open Horizon of Actuality. U: Šuvaković, M., Cvejić, Ž. & Filipović, A. (ur.) European Theories in Former Yugoslavia. Trans- theory Relations between Global and Local discourses. Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, str. 58-64.
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