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Is more Hermeneutics going to be covered in the future (I presume so, especially when you get to Schleiermacher). If so, is it going to get its own tag? Or is it not different enough from commentary or textual transmission to need one?
I was wondering about that actually; I usually wait until there would be about 5 episodes to put under a label but we might have that for hermeneutics? Augustine and the Victorines come to mind.
Guess you decided not to…
Guess you decided not to have a hermeneutics tag?
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