Schleiermacher, Friedrich D.E.; Kimmerle, Heina, ed.
Friedrich Schleiermacher’s Hermeneutics has been characterized as a watershed in the history of the field. Though he drew freely from his Enlightenment predecessors, biblical scholars, and classical philologians, Schleiermacher attempted a full-scale reconception of hermeneutical theory. Based on Heinz Kimmerle’s careful transcription of the original handwritten manuscripts, this volume includes a full complement of materials on hermeneutics written by Schleiermacher, as well as an illuminating introduction by James Duke.