Hermeneutics and new paradigms

22 Jun

The importance of opening up new horizons and unconventional narratives, of disruptive proposals that modify not only technology, but the narratives themselves when new forms of prior knowledge are introduced (in other narratives of the hermeneutic circle are called preconceptions) means a environment of evolution and transformation of knowledge itself.

Those who enjoy exegesis, it is also a narrative, two different characters and paradigms in the Bible was John the Baptist and evidently Jesus himself, however, under the same background of Judaism of the time constructed different narratives, since they had different missions, although the proposal for change was the same.

The biblical reading of Luke 1: 60-62, when the father Zacharias says that his son will have a different name, says thus: “and they would beckon to their father as he would have him called. He asked for a tablet and wrote the words: ‘John is his name’, everyone was amazed ” to indicate that he broke a tradition and soon afterwards Zechariah spoke again.

Orality is fundamental in this period, and speech was the basic form of transmission of knowledge, but John the Baptist came to make a new way, and this way will be an anticipation of the coming of Jesus, who will then open his own narrative in his way.

Thus, hermeneutics allows this evolution of exegesis that studies tradition also in philosophy and literature, for hermeneutics that opens the possibility of new narratives and the interaction with contemporary knowledge, what we call “background” in the previous post.

The narratives of the digital world are new, of course not all are convergent, but the fact that there are new narratives, even those that challenge the irreversible digital environment, show that there is a new paradigm under which it is not possible to construct a narrative that is at the same time contemporary, open and evolutionary, without considering it


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