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Knut Mordal Melvær

rectification and redescription. In fact, he stumbles into many of the same traps he sets up for his colleagues and data, including theologians. Firstly, Herman draws a too simple and naive picture of the theologian/scholar of religion relationship. Secondly, due to a vague methodology, he does not explain

Martin Lang and Radek Kundt

theories compatible across disciplines. The issue of encapsulated, mutually incompatible approaches in the study of complex cultural phenomena such as religion is even more pressing if we consider the methodological division between the natural sciences and the humanities (so called Methodenstreit

Terry F. Godlove

people mean by their words. In Gardiner’s terms this takes us from the ontological to the methodological side of semantics (introduction to this volume p. 323). It takes us from questions about the nature of meaning—we have so far been considering the suggestion that it consists in a sentence’s truth