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Einleitung des Herausgebers. In Schleiermacher Hermeneutik und Kritik, ed. Frank, Manfred, 7–68. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag. Frank, Manfred. 1986. Die Unhintergehbarheit von Individualität. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag. Heidegger, Martin. 1958. What is philosophy? Trans. Jean T. Wilde and William Kluback. New York: Twayne Publishers. Lamb, Charles, and Mary Lamb. 1979. Tales from Shakespeare. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library. Lefevere, André. 1982. On the different methods of translating.
New York/London: Routledge. Revisiting Schleiermacher on Translation: Musings on a Hermeneutical Mandate Richard Crouter Abstract This paper seeks to examine Friedrich Schleiermacher’s celebrated 1813 treatise “Ueber die verschiedenen Methoden des Uebersetzens,” first, within its own context and aims and, second, in light of its mandate and implications for the wider activity of cultural and historical transmission of meaning. His rationale for emphasizing the original meaning of texts is not entirely self-evident and appears to lead to the peril of archaizing or foreignizing, thus impeding, rather than enhancing, present-day understandings of the past.
As a second step, the theoretical implications following out of this historical situation are discussed. ) false trails, and Schleiermacher’s real goal is not evident at first sight. 1 Indeed, it may be that Schleiermacher’s theoretical scheme, which has been so influential in the theory of translation down to the present day, was to some degree developed only in the process of writing. If we follow the sequence as Schleiermacher presents it, then we find at the start a highly involved definition of his subject: first intra-lingual translation is 1 Cf.