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The search for meaning can be extended to any text, or image, or set of symbols or signs. The search for meaning can be extended to any text, or image, or set of symbols… or signs.
What interpretations for those symbols used? Others predict: guns confiscation, and the UN stepping in. But yet, those occult meanings are not told. Are these people exaggerating?
What is the real meaning if any for this above mentioned operation? Just drills? The book at stake has three essays by Umberto Eco that deal with those questions suggested previously : are there limits to interpretation? Is it interpretation a finite terminable process or, otherwise, an interminable one? Castillet wrote a book entitled La hora del lector The time of the reader. He was a prophet, indeed. In I wrote my Opera aperta.
In that book I advocated the active role of the interpreter in the reading of texts endowed with aesthetic value. Castillet; and Opera aperta by Eco, in The problem arises when the sense is occult, you may wonder. First and foremost the Greek Rationalism; very much like the search for the Logic.
But in the West we also had Irrationalism see Goethe, Nietzsche…. Pardon me. He ponders at length on the work of Rossetti who claimed Dante to be a Freemason, Templar etc. That essay offers some principles of Hermetic Semiosis, that may help anyone trying to understand the limits within which a reasonable interpretation may occur. Eco, slightly infuriated, took a drastic? Someday, maybe, I will comment on the essays by Rorty and the others.
Umberto Eco i nadinterpretacja