Truth and Experience

Between Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

The spirit of this book is explorative. It meets the contemporary challenge posed by experience and truth with a critical openness that allows for the full complexity of these concepts to be investigated. The distinction between experience and truth has become subject to finitude: how then can these words and concepts be defined? What might be understood be experience and truth, when the distinction between them is not transformed once and for all (eternally), but once and again (historically)?