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Title: Modelli interpretativi e pluralità di metodi in esegesi
Author(s): BETORI, Giuseppe
Volume: 63 Issue: 3 Date: 1982
In view of the pluralism of current exegetical methodologies, constant recourse is had to models for interpretation of texts, be these more ancient stages of the text, as in historical-critical exegesis, or schemes of a logical character as in structural exegesis. What advantages does the use of a model offer to interpretation? With the analysis limited to a narrative text, an examination of the contribution from the philosophy of history (H.-I. Marrou), from epistemology (K.R. Popper), and from philosophical hermeneutics (H.-G. Gadamer), helps to see in the logical dimension of the different models, the source of their interpretative power. At the hermeneutical level this opens up a perspective of unity in the exegetical methodologies.