Hermeneutics



[hur-muh-noo-tiks, -nyoo-] /ˌhɜr məˈnu tɪks, -ˈnyu-/

noun, (used with a singular verb)
1.
the science of interpretation, especially of the Scriptures.
2.
the branch of theology that deals with the principles of Biblical exegesis.
/ˌhɜːmɪˈnjuːtɪks/
noun (functioning as sing)
1.
the science of interpretation, esp of Scripture
2.
the branch of theology that deals with the principles and methodology of exegesis
3.
(philosophy)

n.

1737, from hermeneutic; also see -ics.

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