The Hermeneutic Mission of Philosophy in the Age of New Humanism
It is the aim of this text to understand how the concepts of formation, common sense, judgment and taste, rehabilitated by H.-G. Gadamer, are essential beacons of the human sciences and of Humanism, today so much demanded by some sectors of the harsh sciences, such as medicine. Humanizing services and behaviors is a contemporary complaint that needs conductive categories and of real hermeneutics testimonies. Philosophy must therefore indicate the ways.
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