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COVARRUBIAS, Allan Crhistian. The hermeneutics of recovery according to Paul Ricœur and Bernard Lonergan. Sig. Fil [online]. 2017, vol.19, n.37, pp.38-65. ISSN 1665-1324.

Paul Ricœur develops a critique of the hermeneutic position of the school of suspicion to complement their assumptions the recovery of a historical epistemology. Consequently a new hermeneutic understanding arises whereby the signs and symbols spreaded throughout history are to be analyzed. Bernard Lonergan undertakes this enterprise and delves into a transcendental epistemology which recovers subjectivity. This subjectivity’s way of knowing will be capable of self-appropriation, hence becoming a validation reference for the understanding of hermeneutic meaning.

Keywords : suspicion; interpretation; method; epistemology; history.

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