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For Schleiermacher, the “general image” is “an indeterminate” when compared with the “perfect determination” which is typical of the singular (des Eizelnen) (Dial, 371). That is why “the whole representation [die ganze Vorstellung] is an oscillation between the determination of the singular and the indetermination of the general image” (Dial, 371–372). Having arrived this far, Schleiermacher can proceed as follows: In this oscillation the identity of the singular and the genus [Gattung] is established.

In The translation studies reader, ed. , 43–63. Trans. S. Bernofsky. New York/London: Routledge, abbreviated as Methods. ). 2007. The translation studies reader, 2nd ed, 43–63. New York/London: Routledge. Revisiting Schleiermacher on Translation: Musings on a Hermeneutical Mandate Richard Crouter Abstract This paper seeks to examine Friedrich Schleiermacher’s celebrated 1813 treatise “Ueber die verschiedenen Methoden des Uebersetzens,” first, within its own context and aims and, second, in light of its mandate and implications for the wider activity of cultural and historical transmission of meaning.

In this instance a translator tries to move a reader towards a point of view that is foreign. In contrast, in the second example, which brings the original author to the reader, a Latin author would not only know German well but have to have changed himself into a German speaker. On this view no trace of a foreign element, in syntax, style, or tone will remain evident in the work in question. ” Those who look into the matter are unsure of the specific target that may have given rise to Schleiermacher’s theory of translation.

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