Book ID: CBB000774596

Milton's Secrecy and Philosophical Hermeneutics (2008)


Fleming, James Dougal (Author)


Publication Date: 2008
Physical Details: x + 196 pp.; bibl.; index
Language: English

Description Argues that Milton's literary works present a hermeneutic model based on the openness of language, in contrast to interpretation based on scientific discovery.

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Authors & Contributors
Edwards, Karen L.
Pieretti, Antonio
Duran, Angelica
Cummins, Juliet
Burchell, David
McColley, Diane Kelsey
1650--1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science
European Legacy
ELH: English Literary History
Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology
Cambridge University Press
Cornell University Press
Duquesne University Press
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of California, Irvine
Science and literature
Poetry and poetics
Science and religion
Linguistics; philology
Milton, John
Bacon, Francis, 1st Baron Verulam
Gadamer, Hans Georg
Shakespeare, William
Boyle, Robert
Cavendish, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle
Time Periods
17th century
Early modern
18th century
20th century
16th century
Royal Society of London

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