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hermeneutics

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  1. — theory of the interpretation of texts

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  2. may be described as the development and study of theories of the interpretation and understanding of texts

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  3. In contemporary usage in religious studies, hermeneutics refers to the study of the interpretation of religious texts

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  4. The concept of "text" is here extended beyond written documents to any number of objects subject to interpretation, such as experiences

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  5. more broadly used in contemporary philosophy to denote the study of theories and methods of the interpretation of all texts and systems of meaning

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