Hermeneutic and Buddhist Meditations
Chapter Eleven: This Is Why We Read. This Is Why We Write
This Is Why We Read This Is Why We Write
DAVID W. JARDINE
Discussion bears fruit. The participants part from one another as changed beings. The individual perspectives with which they entered upon the discussion have been transformed, and so they have been transformed themselves. This, then, is a kind of progress—not the progress proper to research but rather a progress that always must be renewed in the effort of our living.
H.G. GADAMER (2007, P. 244) FROM HERMENEUTICS AS A PRACTICAL PHILOSOPHY
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