Thoughts on the Return of Yesterday's War

David W Jardine

Abstract


Recent American events have tended to energize me and remind me of a wider swath about our circumstances. We find ourselves fighting this issue on methodological, epistemological, and ontological grounds, but it is also a matter of power and market driven distortions, of issues of gender and how marginalization works to blame precisely those it then victimizes, and on and on. In this paper, I take up some of these ideas.


Keywords


Hermeneutics, hermeneutic research, qualitative research, interpretive research, neo-conservativism, research funding, dominant cultures

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