Hermeneutics 2

Hermeneutics 2

Lectures: 30

Seminars: 30

Tutorials: 0

ECTS credit: 5

Lecturer(s): red. prof. dr. Komel Dean


In the third millennium the philosophic unfolding of the situation of contemporaneity must first of all consider the nihilistic origin of our comprehension of humanity, which propels the crisis of the life-word.
The hermeneutic-phenomenological consideration questions the presuppositions of the confrontation of philosophy and contemporaneity in a manner that reflects its basic aspects, which are: “language”, “history”, “mind”, “thinking“, “science”, “technology”, “power”, “tradition”, “nature”, “art”, “Being”, “sense”, “truth”, “the divine”, “the human”, “life”, “world”, “spirituality”, “individuality”, “humanism”, “politics”, “European and planetary nihilism”, “globalism”, “imperialism”, “hope”.