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98 See in this regard my paper presented to the Chinese National Academy of Social Sciences, “China in a Globalizing World: Reconciling the Universal with the Particular,” Dialogue and Humanism (Polish Academy of Sciences) 12, no. 11-12/2002. 99 Hans-Georg Gadamer, “The Power of Reason,” Man and World 3, no. 1 (1970): 13; for a further discussion of this matter, see my “Gadamer’s Legacy,” Symposium 6, no. 2 (Fall, 2002). ” 101 As Thomas Busch has pointed out, Marcel’s notion of situatedness anticipates Gadamer’s hermeneutic theory; see Busch’s entry “Marcel,” in Encyclopedia of Phenomenology, ed.

Hubert L. : Northwestern University Press, 1964), 93, hereafter SNS. : Greenwood Press, 1986), chap. , Between Suspicion and Sympathy. 109 Ricoeur, Husserl, 221. , Between Suspicion and Sympathy. 113 There is nonetheless a kind of Ariadne’s thread running through it all, an underlying continuity in terms of both method and motivation. Methodologically speaking, Ricoeur’s basic concern, like that of other phenomenologists, has always been the reflexive-transcendental one of bringing our lived experience to the proper expression of its own meaning.

P. Putnam’s Sons, 1973), 299. ” (HHS, 74) Gadamer’s ontology of finitude is not, however, a version of relativism, as I mentioned above. ” On the contrary, horizons, being mobile, invite exploration and allow us to move about in the world and make contact with what is distant and alien (the world itself being, as Husserl said, the “horizon of all horizons”). ” Indeed, from a phenomenological point of view the very notion of a “closed horizon” (and thus also the notion that different cultural lifeworlds are “incommensurable”) is, as Gadamer says, “artificial” (see TM, 304), a metaphysical construction without any basis in lived experience.

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