How consistent was Augustine's hermeneutics

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If you look around at the disputes and about the hermeneutics, especially since the 1960s, it does not seem very far when it comes to the 'understanding' of the discussants among one another. The debates conducted here not only sound polyphonic, often shrill and excited, but are also characterized by a wide range of misunderstandings and non-understanding - both unintentional and possibly deliberate. That may be due to the discussants; but of course it also has to do with the subject on which one tries to come to an understanding in a dispute. Because understanding, which hermeneutics has to deal with - but there is absolutely no agreement even on this - evidently eludes the attempt at a consensual determination of the essence again and again. And just as "understanding" can mean very different things in the broad spectrum of usage of colloquial and scientific language (s), so too does the meaning of "hermeneutics" float.

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