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Citation: Weiping HE. Hermeneutical Circle and Meno’s Paradox[J]. Academic Monthly, 2019, 51(11): 15-23, 39. shu

Hermeneutical Circle and Meno’s Paradox

  • Meno’s paradox might be a link between the hermeneutics and epistemology. The study about it has been mainly focused on the epistemology before, but basic on the continental philosophy, especially Heidegger’s, hermeneutics could have some internal connection with the epistemology. The relationship between them is not parallel, but primordial and derivative, so the hermeneutics might also face Meno’s paradox. As we know, the core of hermeneutics is the cycle of understanding, and developing to Heidegger’s phase it has changed into the existential-ontological level, from this point of view, it could provide a good, illuminating perspective to explain and even to dissolve Meno’s paradox.
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        Hermeneutical Circle and Meno’s Paradox

        Abstract: Meno’s paradox might be a link between the hermeneutics and epistemology. The study about it has been mainly focused on the epistemology before, but basic on the continental philosophy, especially Heidegger’s, hermeneutics could have some internal connection with the epistemology. The relationship between them is not parallel, but primordial and derivative, so the hermeneutics might also face Meno’s paradox. As we know, the core of hermeneutics is the cycle of understanding, and developing to Heidegger’s phase it has changed into the existential-ontological level, from this point of view, it could provide a good, illuminating perspective to explain and even to dissolve Meno’s paradox.

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