POSTHERMENEUTICA: POSTMODERN DİN BİLİMLERİNDE HERMENÖTİKJournal: Akra Journal of Culture Art and Literature (Vol.21, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2020 05 11
Postmodernity advocates the heterogeneity of the text, destroying its homogeneity, by linking up to its reader rather than the author-text relationship as well as by deforming it, changing it; by doing so, it aims to bring about some specific theories such as poststructuralism (post-structuralism), de-structuralism, negative rationalism and negative reading. In this article, after having enlisted the theories about hermeneutics done by classical, modernist and postmodernist philosophers we examined the basic composite elements of posthermeneutics such as reader-centered reading, critical understanding proper to the reader, subjective-dialogical language, instant or present time-history, individual deconstructive narration, critical pluralist and negative-reason, and negative aesthetics. In this context we may say that posthermeneutics is bound not only to postmodern religious phenomenon, but also to the theories of interpretation produced in the fields such as secular literature and civil law, insisting on various possibilities of understanding as well as more diverse theories oriented towards more sharpened and radical interpretations.
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