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Orientation and ambiguity - on a decisive hermeneutical dimension in Dirkie Smit's theological thinking (Stellenbosch University, 2013)This essay explores Dirkie Smit’s theological thinking from a hermeneutical perspective. Smit’s linking up with Karl Barth’s view on confessing, as can be seen in the Accompanying Letter of the Belhar Confession, is taken ...
(Stellenbosch University, Department of General Linguistics, 2013)Kripke's causal theory requires that downstream users of a name must have the intention to use the name in the same way that upstream users did. Kripke, however, has demonstrated no need for this requirement qua independent ...