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    2012; Savin-Baden & Major, 2013). The lived experience of an individual is revealed by how one perceives and makes sense of an event, process or object (Finlay, 2012). The approach has its origins in the work of Husserl, who emphasises the importance and relevance of focusing on human experience and its perception, rather than the formulation of an objective account (Smith et al., 2013). Later developing this work, Heidegger, a student and admirer of Husserl’s, introduced a hermeneutic perspective to the philosophy of phenomenology,…

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    Tammy, I totally agree with your explanation. To expound on it, the Michelson’s separate hermeneutics and exegesis to help correct, from what I see, the inexperienced study scripture. The context of a particular writing and its form can say a lot about a passage. I am taking the Psalms class here at Regent and have to say that different forms of writing make a difference. I am not saying that the inexperienced reader cannot gather great information and learn the truth of God, however, when it…

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    Hermeneutics In Religion

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    This has been come to be known as hermeneutics, or principles and theory of interpretation. However hermeneutics may come under scrutiny and controversy in the form of hermeneutic of suspicion. Hermeneutic suspicion, as it is otherwise known, assumes that text or meaning is historically conditioned and has been used to oppress certain groups of people through the tradition interpreted from the scriptural canon, despite never having intended to do so. One controversial topic of hermeneutic…

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    believes that it is only by the Holy Spirit that one would be able to grasp the meaning of a particular verse or passage, or to put in his terms, it would be “one’s faith seek[ing] understanding”. (1) It is noted that there are no formal rules and regulations of how Scripture should be interpreted, but the most practical rule, if there was one, would be to open oneself up to the Holy Spirit. Billings is adamant that Christians need to “[unlearn] our mastery over the biblical text,” (29) and ask…

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    Contextual Interpretation

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    When thinking about the nature of the Bible in terms of authoritative, inerrant, or divinely inspired, I personally find the Bible to be authoritative. At the beginning of this course I thought that the Bible had to be inerrant in order to be true. If the Bible were to be considered inerrant it would mean that the bible is without error in every aspect. This cannot be true though because some of the scientific and historical claims within in the Bible have been proven to be inaccurate.…

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    Safety In Nursing

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    Human: Building a Safer Health System”. Nurses provide interventions to help patients “be” safe. Being safe is not necessarily the same as feeling safe (Mollon, 2014). Feeling safe is a primary need for hospitalized patients (Hupcey, 2000; Mollon, 2014; Wassenaar, Schouten, & Schoonhoven, 2014). The purpose of this paper is to consider the concept of “being” and “feeling” safe using a hermeneutical approach. The paper concludes that nurses are the most important factor in patient perceptions…

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    into his way of thinking, but instead he gave some good questions to think about while interpreting the parables. Plummer’s guidelines include the following questions and images: Determine the main point(s) of the parable. Who are the main characters? What occurs in the end? What occurs in the direct discourse? Who/What gets the most space? Recognize stock imagery in the parables. Note striking and unexpected details. Do not press all details for meaning. Pay attention to the literary and…

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    Interpretation: a word that can bring forth a swarm of emotions from any person that believes that his or her understanding is the truth. From experience, interpreting any form of work, whether it be literary or art, often causes controversy with conflicting opinions. One person may say that a painting looks like a black rectangle, another may say it represents the doorway to hell. In the history of Christianity, there has been many conflicts and differing opinions about how to interpret the…

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    QP engaged Maunica into participating in a CBT activity geared towards stressors. QP explained to Maunica that the activity will help her increase her awareness of personal stressors and emotional physical and behavioral symptoms of stress. QP explained to Maunica what physical, emotional and behavioral stress are and provided an example of each. QP provided Maunica with a worksheet in which she had to indicate if any of the statements true to her. QP brainstormed with Maunica irritants that…

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    Freeman Tilden

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    Freeman Tilden was considered to be an innovator in the field of cultural interpretation. Interpreting our Heritage, is recognised as the most influential, seminal book. The book includes the famed “six principles” of interpretation, with an explanation of each one. Tilden’s principles appear straightforward and quite uncomplicated, however, they are more than that, it is sophisticated and imaginative, as his writings speak and challenge the interpreter to this day. This book will offer…

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