[The New Hermeneutic by James Robinson and Sermons]
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
James Robinson gives lecture on “The New Hermeneutic.” In this lecture, Mr. Robinson gives the history of hermeneutics beginning with ancient Greek culture. He also discusses the how the study of the classics, constitutional law, and bible created the hermeneutics problem. Mr. Robinson defines this problem as one of meaning (what a text meant and what it presently means). He further discusses the role of the historical critical method, Karl Barth and Rudolf Bultmann in the development of the “New Hermeneutic.” Also included are sermons by unidentified men.
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Robinson, James, "[The New Hermeneutic by James Robinson and Sermons]" (1965). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. 95.
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