The volume has a two-fold purpose: (i) to acquaint the Indian readers and academic community with some prominent trends in hermeneutics and text interpretation coming from veteran and young scholars in the field and (ii) to create an interest in the current research undertaken by Indian scholars in the field of philosophy and allied disciplines. This is deemed important because hermeneutics, though established in the West, is still in its infancy in the academic circles and is accorded an auxiliary status as a less significant concern. The sincere readers of these essays are hoped to bring to them their own perspectives and understanding, which is to say that every reader will have his own hermeneutical exercise and engagements. This volume will be of use to the beginners as well as the discerning scholars in the domain of hermeneutics.(b) Prohibitive Sentences (Pratisedha Vdkyas) In regard to the interpretation of sentences speaking prohibition let us see his treatment ... (i) The word a#39; Brdhmana is applied in singular number, masculine gender, present tense and so one may say that the sentence does ... In a correct and exact interpretation, the interpreters are required to have a clear view regarding using the synonyms and polysemes.
|Title||:||Language and Interpretation|
|Publisher||:||Northern Book Centre - 2007|