In Dialogue With the Past

Reflections on a Metaphor

in Journal of the Philosophy of History
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In Dialogue With the Past

Reflections on a Metaphor

in Journal of the Philosophy of History

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2

Quoted in Carolyn SteedmanDust (Manchester: Manchester University Press2001) p. 27.

4

Gert-Jan van der HeidenDe stem van de doden: hermeneutiek als spreken namens de ander (Nijmegen: Vantilt2012).

6

Keith Jenkins“Sande Cohen: On the Verge of Newness,” Rethinking History12 (2008) 437–462there 442.

7

Alun Munslow“On ‘Presence’ and Conversing With the Past: Do Historians Communicate With the Past?” Rethinking History18 (2014) 569–574there 569.

10

Kalle Pihlainen“There’s Just No Talking With the Past,” Rethinking History18 (2014) 575–582there 576.

11

Jürgen PietersMoments of Negotiation: The New Historicism of Stephen Greenblatt (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press2001).

13

Hans-Georg GadamerWahrheit und Methode (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck1990) pp. 296–312; Paul Ricoeur Du texte à l’action (Paris: Seuil 1986) pp. 83–111.

16

Ibid. pp. 393–399.

17

Ibid. pp. 361–362.

18

Jacques Derrida“Rams: Uninterrupted Dialogue – Between Two Infinities, the Poem,” in Sovereignties in Question: The Poetics of Paul Celaned. Thomas Dutoit and Outi Pasanen (New York: Fordham University Press 2005) pp. 136–140.

19

Paul RicoeurLa mémoire l’histoire l’oubli (Paris: Seuil2000) pp. 359–369.

20

Mark Day“Our Relations with the Past,” Philosophia36 (2008) 417–427as elaborated in more detail in Herman Paul Key Issues in Historical Theory (London; New York: Routledge forthcoming) chapter 3.

22

Richard J. BernsteinBeyond Objectivism and Relativism: Science Hermeneutics and Praxis (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press1983) p. 18.

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