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The hermeneutic tradition suggests that there is no psychological experience that is not constituted by the sociocultural and interpretive contexts in which we find ourselves. Our experience is always contingent on the context that constitutes our personhood by way of interpretations and practices. ” This perspective throws up a strong challenge to the image of an agent free from all frameworks, who, according to Taylor, would be “a person in the grip of an appalling identity crisis. Such a person wouldn’t know where he stood on issues of fundamental importance, would have no orientation in these issues whatsoever .
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