Hans-Georg Gadamer on Education, Poetry, and History: Applied Hermeneutics

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First locations for all the essays and addresses included are given, as well as references to later publications, with the exception of references to the published and projected volumes of Hans-Georg Gadamer: Gesammelte Werke, J. C. B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck) Tübingen.

1. "The Primordiality of Science": Rectoral Address. "Über die Ursprümnglichkeit der Wissenschaft". Rektoratsrede. Johann Ambrosius Barth-Leipzig 1947. Leipziger Universitätsreden Heft 14.

2. "The University of Leipzig: 1409-1959. A Former Rector Commemorates the 550th Anniversary of its Founding". "Rede auf die Universität Leipzig". Ruperto-Carola (Journal of the University of Heidelberg) 12, Heft 27, 1960, 203-13.

3. "The University of Heidelberg and the Birth of Modern Science". Die Universität Heidelberg und die Geburt der modernen Wissenschaft. Sonderpublikation des Springer Verlags. Berlin/Heidelberg, 1987, Sonderdruck, 1-21.

4. "The Idea of the University: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow". "Die Idee der Universität, Gestern, Heute, Morgen" (Public address delivered in 1986 on the occasion of the celebration of the 600th anniversity of the University of Heidelberg. Heidelberg, Municipal Theater). Published in: Die Idee der Universität. Versuch einer Standortbestimmung.Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 1988, 2-22.

5. "Are the Poets Falling Silent?" "Verstummen die Dichter?" In: Zeitwende/Die neue Furche.. 41. Jg. Heft 5, September 1970: 344-52. And in: Poetica. Ausgewählte Essays. Frankfurt: Insel Verlag, 1977103-18.

6. "The Verse and the Whole". "Der Vers und das Ganze", in P. Lutz , P. L. Lehmann, R. Wolff (eds.) Das Stefan George Seminar 1978 in Bingen. Bingen, 197933-39.

7. "Hölderlin and George". First published as "Hölderlin und George". In Hölderlin-Jahrbuch, Jg.15, 1967/68. Tübingen 1969,79-91. A partial translation of this appeared in the Southern Journal of Philosophy. A revised text appeared as: "Hölderlin und George". In: Heftrich u. a. (eds.) Stefan George Kolloquium. Köln 1971,118-32. A second revised

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