MIT Press (1989)

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Michael Kelly
Boston University
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These twelve essays, written by philosophers, examine the usefulness, objectivity, and range of applicability of interpretive methods in ethics and politics, with the goal of isolating the role of methodology to allow debate to focus on substantive conflicts.
Keywords Hermeneutics  Ethics  Social sciences Philosophy
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Reprint years 1990
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Call number BD241.H367 1990
ISBN(s) 0262610663   0262111543   9780262610667
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