Annotation:Annotationen:On the Concept of Interpretation/Kwdz4yohqd

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Annotation of Annotationen:On_the_Concept_of_Interpretation
Annotation Comment I submit that whatever one might choose as the measure of justification, plausibility, or correctness when one is concerned with literary interpretation lies beyond the realm of linguistic competence (which is taken for granted as prerequisite) and involves relations one establishes between the conceptual structures called forth by the text and the conceptual network that constitutes one’s own experiential world. These relations, by definition, are subjective, in the sense that they cannot connect anything but the reader’s own conceptual structures with the reader’s own experiential world.
Last Modification Date 2019-10-14T10:49:41.190Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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