Hermeneutics and the Study of History

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Index
Abbt, Thomas, 365
Abelard, Peter, 280f., 282, 283
abstraction, 27, 80, 83, 135, 254, 313, 355, 369; and hermeneutics, 83
accommodation, 44, 56, 91, 129, 167, 199, 358
Achenwall, Gottfried, 378
action, 9, 10, 11, 19, 23, 24, 92, 101, 105, 152, 163, 189, 190, 229, 230, 235, 236, 238, 262, 264, 265, 267, 271, 284, 311, 321, 333, 338, 368; communicative, 10; ethical, 9; explicative, 10; symbolic, 163; and politics, 321
Addison, Joseph, 344
aesthetics, vii, 111, 131, 140, 150, 256, 257, 258; and historical thought, 258
Agassiz, Louis, 183n
aggregation versus connection, Aristotelian, 219
age, 22, 23, 27, 28, 80, 142, 145, 157, 167, 217, 233, 238, 245, 284, 293, 308, 315, 322, 324; Apostolic Age, 33, 225; Enlightenment and, 325, 342, 344, 348, 374; exegesis and, 142, 145, 167, 217, 233, 245, 284, 293; and historiography, 22, 23, 27, 28, 145, 157, 238, 308, 322, 329, 345, 360, 363f., 373f.; linguistic usage and, 80; modern, 315, 324
Albertus, 332
Alexander of Hales, 283
Alexander the Great, 264, 327
Alexander VI, 389
Alighieri, Dante, 118, 233, 271, 280, 282, 301, 302, 310, 319, 332
allegory, 43f., 76, 242
Anabaptists, 243
Antioch, School of, 13, 15, 33, 241, 242, 335
antithesis, 93, 152f., 160, 185, 191, 203, 209, 210, 214, 215, 219, 222, 223, 226, 239, 389; analytic and synthetic, 136; double, 133, 135ff., 157, 220; identical and distinctive, 134, 157, 172f, 214; and interpretation, 158; universal, 217f.
Antoninus, 347
aporia, 16; of understanding, 253
appearance, 97, 98, 133, 191, 219, 227, 235f., 269; of being, 191., 235f.
apprehension, 105, 235, 236, 246f., 254, 255, 389
Aquinas, 332
Aristarchus, 239n, 240
Aristotle, 13, 232, 239, 240, 302, 329, 349, 364, 388; and Dicaerchus, 326; and grammatical interpretation, 13, 15; and hermeneutics, 13; and history, 232; and language, 209, 211; and metaphor, 13f.; oikeion,100; political theory of, 329; and rhetoric, 37, 143, 210, 211, 232, 242
Arminians, 49, 50, 335
Arnold, Gottfried, 335n, 383
art, 26, 98, 114, 117, 120, 121, 138, 147, 182, 218, 221, 235, 261, 272, 273, 305, 310, 312, 321, 342, 344, 354, 355, 356, 374f.; Greek, 375f.; history of, 28; literature as, 112; man as, 98, 109; philosophy and, 108; science and, 136; world as, 98
art-world, 112, 113
Aschbach, Gerhard Adolf, 293
association, economic/human, 370, 372; of ideas, 163
Ast, Friedrich, 4, 9, 88, 96–99, 140f., 148, 162
Athens, 256, 275, 381
Augustine, 33, 38, 39, 242; City of God,331f.
Augustus, 331, 356
authenticity, 124, 145, 167, 176, 194, 196, 205, 335
author, 102, 123f., 129f., 137, 143, 146, 157, 202, 215; and interpretation of, 8f., 15, 45, 54, 117f., 123f., 127, 140, 146f., 150, 158, 178,

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