By Hans-Georg Gadamer
Gadamer increases problems with value to ethicists and theologians in addition to scholars of language and literature. In such extraordinary essays as "Kant and the query of God," "Thinking as Redemption: Plotinus among Plato and Augustine," and "Friendship and Self-Knowledge: Reflections at the function of Friendship in Greek Ethics," Gadamer discusses the character of ethical habit, ethics as a sort of understanding, and the hermeneutic job of mediating ethos and philosophical ethics with one another.
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