Hans-Georg Gadamer (1900–2002) was one of the great philosophers of the twentieth century. He developed philosophical hermeneutics, a philosophy that elucidates the self-understanding of human beings in encounter with one another and the world. This entry outlines his life history and major philosophical contributions, focusing on the relevance of his body of work for action research.

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