Milton's Secrecy: And Philosophical Hermeneutics
John Milton's secrecy, in short, is anti-secrecy. The significance of his (anti)secrecy is that it constitutes an attempt to confront and preclude the very hermeneutic structure - the very discovery-model of knowledge - that we have come to see as normative.
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