Friday, 9 September 2005

Quote of the day

“It is a peculiar spectacle to see the way an incisive and penetrating author has his hands full in attempting to keep his thoughts from going in the direction they inherently want to go.” (On Gadamer’s resistance to Hegelianism.)

—Wolfhart Pannenberg, “Hermeneutics and Universal History,” in History and Hermeneutic (New York: Harper & Row, 1967), p. 146.

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