Philosophy Today 32 (3):244-255 (1988)

Robert Gall
West Liberty State College
The paper criticizes John Caputo's formulation of "radical hermeneutics" and its understanding of both religion and tragedy, arguing that a "tragic theology" would be a truly radical hermeneutic.
Keywords Hermeneutics  Martin Heidegger  Tragedy  John Caputo
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DOI 10.5840/philtoday198832314
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