(1982) Man and World 15 (1).

Kierkegaard and the hermeneutical circle

Patrick Bigelow

pp. 67-82

Such is the criticism commonly passed upon Socrates in our age, which boasts of its positivity much as if a polytheist were to speak with scorn of the negativity of a monotheist, for the polytheist has many gods, the monotheist only one. So our philosophers have many thoughts, all valid to a certain extent; Socrates had only one, which was absolute.

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DOI: 10.1007/BF01248546

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Bigelow, P. (1982). Kierkegaard and the hermeneutical circle. Man and World 15 (1), pp. 67-82.

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