Inclusive Hermeneutics: Ethical Perspectives

Márcio Junglos

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This article is concerned with inclusive hermeneutics. Six attitudes will be developed in order for a hermeneutics to be inclusive. In the first four attitudes, we are inspired by the resolutions of Husserl's paradoxes in his book The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology: An Introduction to Phenomenological Philosophy, discussed in the paragraphs 52-54. After this, the term reversibility, reworked by Merleau-Ponty, will be essential to broaden our conception of inclusiveness. Finally, the new perspectives on the concept of otherness/alienness in Waldenfels will support an inclusive ethical-practical interpretation. This inclusiveness will lead us within an authentic judgment, fostering a realization of the Law in the context of the recognition of the differences, through a constant process of Law itself.


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Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, Inclusiveness, Law

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