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Plurality and Ambiguity

Hermeneutics, Religion, Hope

In Plurality and Ambiguity, David Tracy lays the philosophical groundwork for a practical application of hermeneutics, while constructing an innovative model of theological interpretation developed out of the notions of conversation and argument. He concludes with an appraisal of the religious significance of hope in an age of radically different voices and constantly shifting meanings.

Table of Contents

1. Interpretation, Conversation, Argument
2. Argument: Method, Explanation, Theory
3. Radical Plurality: The Question of Language
4. Radical Ambiguity: The Question of History
5. Resistance and Hope: The Question of Religion
Subject Index
Name Index

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