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  • The meeting or dividing point between the earth and the sky. The true horizon line is not always visible, as it may be shielded by forestry, mountain ranges, buildings, and other types of obstructions. However, even if blocked from full view, a visible horizon line exists at any position. The term is often used metaphorically. For example, the philosopher Hans-Georg Gadamer used the term as a common, general framework for the situation of any particular interpretation.

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