1:49 PM 7/31/2018 – The Real Demiurge and The Hermeneutic Circle

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Image result for Real DemiurgePolar Mythology – The Gnosis by Montalk – www.bibliotecapleyades.net

“The snake eating its own tail is the ouroboros, which can be interpreted in two ways.

First is that it represents the Demiurge, in its corrupted state, attempting to consume its own Creation.

That is exactly what negative (STS) forces do by enslaving other beings – they ignore that all life is One, that by hurting others they are hurting other instances of themselves; they are like the head of the snake ignoring that the tail is its own.The same principle shows up in the Greek myth of Cronus, a.k.a. Saturn, eating his own children.” 

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What is the meaning of hermeneutic circle? 
The hermeneutic circle (German: hermeneutischer Zirkel) describes the process of understanding a text hermeneutically. It refers to the idea that one’s understanding of the text as a whole is established by reference to the individual parts and one’s understanding of each individual part by reference to the whole. 

Hermeneutic circle – Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermeneutic_circle
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M.N.: The so called Hermeneutic Circle is the endless cognitive loop of Analysis and Synthesis melded together in the inseparable whole. The Hermeneutic Analysis, based on the principles of the Hermeneutic Circle, is the method of the Qualitative Scientific Research, and as such is well suited for the studies in certain fields, and Criminology, and especially the Political Criminology, is one of them. 
The test for the various investigative methods is their practical utility: as the source of the conceptual understanding (seeing the “big picture”), constructions of hypotheses, generation of leads and ideas, and ultimately, as the aid in investigations, which can be quantitatively measured. 
Demiurge (apparently in “gnostic models”, attempts at achieving the rational knowledge) was described and depicted as the snake biting its own tale (thus forming the Hermeneutic Circle of Knowledge), as “being corrupted” and devouring his own children: the rational knowledge is self-destructive and dead, the old claim is. 
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I do not know, and am not in position to judge if it is so or not. The only thing I want is the good and reliable scientific method that works, and in the nitty-gritty real and practical investigations (in general, be it medicine, psychiatry, or criminology), and the hermeneutics are well suited for the complex and mostly qualitative studies, as opposed to the quantitative ones. 
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Contemporary Issues in the Empirical Study of Crime

https://books.google.com/books?isbn=9046602176
Marc Cools – 2009 – ‎Social Science

hermeneutic (“interpretative” or “verstehende”) traditions in criminology (Pon- saers & Pauwels, 2003). These tensions had their hay day in the nineteen sixties …

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In this particular field, the criminology, the “hermeneutic assumptions” can be tested and verified by the results and the outcomes of the investigations. 
Michael Novakhov
7.31.18
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Hermeneutics

First published Wed Jun 22, 2016

[Editor’s Note: The following new entry by C. Mantzavinos replaces the former entry on this topic by the previous authors.]

Hermeneutics as the methodology of interpretation is concerned with problems that arise when dealing with meaningful human actions and the products of such actions, most importantly texts. As a methodological discipline, it offers a toolbox for efficiently treating problems of the interpretation of human actions, texts and other meaningful material. Hermeneutics looks back at a long tradition as the set of problems it addresses have been prevalent in human life, and have repeatedly and consistently called for consideration: interpretation is a ubiquitous activity, unfolding whenever humans aspire to grasp whatever interpretanda they deem significant. Due to its long history, it is only natural that both its problems, and the tools designed to help solve them, have shifted considerably over time, along with the discipline of hermeneutics itself. The article focuses on the main problem areas and presents some proposals that have been put forward for tackling them effectively.

1. Introduction

There has been a highly developed practice of interpretation in Greek antiquity, aiming at diverse interpretanda like oracles, dreams, myths, philosophical and poetical works, but also laws and contracts. The beginning of ancient hermeneutics as a more systematic activity goes back to the exegesis of the Homeric epics. The most remarkable characteristic of ancient exegesis was allegorisis (allegoría, from alla agoreuein, i.e., saying something different). This was a method of nonliteral interpretation of the authoritative texts which contained claims and statements that seemed theologically and morally inappropriate or false (Tate 1934). Such exegetical attempts were aiming at a deeper sense, hidden under the surface—hypónoia, i.e., underlying meaning. Allegorisis was practiced widely from the sixth century BCE to the Stoic and Neoplatonistic schools and even later (Scholz 2016: 18ff). In the Middle Ages the most remarkable characteristic of the interpretative praxis was the so-called accessus ad auctores; this was a standardized introduction that preceded the editions and commentaries of (classical) authors. There were many versions of theaccessus, but one of the more widely used was the following typology of seven questions (Detel 2011: 84f.):

  1. Who (is the author) (quis/persona)?
  2. What (is the subject matter of the text) (quid/materia)?
  3. Why (was the text written) (cur/causa)?
  4. How (was the text composed) (quomodo/modus)?
  5. When (was the text written or published) (quando/tempus)?
  6. Where (was the text written or published) (ubi/loco)?
  7. By which means (was the text written or published) (quibus faculatibus/facultas)?

Johann Conrad Dannhauer was the first to present a systematic textbook on general hermeneutics…

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