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Relancer le cercle de l'herméneutique: Une épistémologie féministe post/dé-coloniale de l'interprétation en droit (international)

Abstract : Hans-Georg Gadamer’s philosophical hermeneutics’ harbors a hidden radicality still too often neglected. Now one of the canons of western-centered, male and white hilosophy, Gadamer’s epistemology of understanding must first be revisited through the lense of gender and race/coloniality (coming full circle), before we can build on its then augmented theses (rekindling). Therefore, in order for the hermeneutical circle to come full onto circle and as such to be in fact rekindled, the present article will make use of three radical critique frameworks constructing alterity as the place and time where plurality meets incommensurability: Black and postcolonial feminism, decolonial thought and Levinas’ ethics. Only then will (international) legal interpretation’s « examplary significance » for the radical renewal of hermeneutics and its justice potential be uncovered and engaged with. As we reach a juster understanding of our world, we will do it better justice.
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Bérénice K. Schramm. Relancer le cercle de l'herméneutique: Une épistémologie féministe post/dé-coloniale de l'interprétation en droit (international). Revue de la Recherche Juridique - Droit prospectif, Presses Universitaires d'Aix-Marseille, 2019, 2018 (44), pp.174. ⟨hal-02919880⟩

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