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Interpretive Theory

Interpretive theory is constituted of a family of approaches rooted in the German idealist tradition, beginning with Immanuel Kant's emphasis on the importance of a priori knowledge of mind as preceding any attempt to grasp empirical experience. This tradition, ...

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