User talk:MJ1735

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I came here because of the following project. Gadamer's Truth and Method is a notable book I have read parts of and in part (up to page 110). Various theories within it were important to my educational research doctorate. I now aim to read it slowly over a year or so because I think I have much more to learn from this author. I think it would be useful for me, and others seeking to penetrate this dense text, to do this in public, with a wiki page of notes/questions/clarifications per every couple of pages of the book. Although the book itself is still in copyright, the owner said they were ok with quotes of up to 300 words in length, which may be necessary to navigate/illustrate a point. Over a while this could provide a nice resource for anyone looking to understand the book and a pretty generative activity along the way... join me, if you will, at Truth and Method
Thank you for your time. --MJ1735 (discusscontribs) 16:24, 19 June 2020 (UTC)