General Theory of Interpretation: Chapter Five (Vol. 4) (Paperback)
Chapter Five of the General Theory of Interpretation is certainly the most intriguing for the interpreter. The description and the nature of several fields in which the hermeneutical interpretation is an excellent means for the understanding. The fields introduced and described by Betti in this chapter are the artistic, the literary, the psychological, the sociological, the juridical, and the economical. Technology and history are the two parallel lines within which all this presentation in included. No one ever has done so much as practically explained and given examples in every one of these fields.