Philosophy of History (History of Philosophy): Part II a set of Explorations of this Topic* Introduction

The Hermeneutical and the Ideological

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2. The Hermeneutical and the Ideological
Factual states of affairs are appreciated through acts of interpretation hence their hermeneutical appreciation. (21)
The hermeneutical is approached from the adoption of a certain meta-textual perspective and that is ideological in complexion. (22)
However, to critically do an historical investigation we need to be able to adequately interpret the requisite textual material to hand, and, maintain the apposite transcendental balance required with respect to the importation of the ideological. (23)
Through language the world is simulated. (24)
Simulations of the world mis/re-present it to some degree through representation by virtue of the fact that we cannot transcendentally escape the Life-World. (25)
Through processes of transcendental determination our represent-ed/misrepresented vision of the world is rectified through ongoing modifications. (26)
In the exercise of a process of transcendental detachment we must be both psychically absorbed within the world and detached from the same. (27)
We cannot knowingly be absolutely absorbed in the world nor absolutely detached from that we do not know we are being detached from hence the ever present formation of the transcendental suspension, etc. (28)
The critical exercise of the historical, etc., being dependent upon the adequately, i.e., properly, appropriately and validly exercised utilization of the overall transcendental suspension. (29)
Thence our critical historical investigations are conducted both ideologically and trans-ideologically (but never non-ideologically). (30)
The utilization of the overall transcendental suspension both invokes an ideological perspective or a set of ideological perspectives and the apposite transcendental balance of the same. (31)
Thence our relative freedom to move through, within and from the ideological dimension. (32)
Thence the essential formulation and simulation of the ideological dimension wherein we approach our topic, and, the simultaneous counter-essential formulation and simulation of that same ideological dimension in order to critically approach our same historical topic in question through this sense of transcendental balance. (33)
In this mid-point between the ideological-mode-to-hand and its counter-constitution we conduct an overall transcendental suspension. (34)
Thence the critical conduct of our investigations. (35)

Without the adequate utilization of the overall transcendental suspension our hermeneutical investigations become ideological in the connotative sense (36)

Thence the critical rectification of our research is realized through the adequate exercise of the overall transcendental suspension already in play. (37)
Thence the ideological dimension is transcendentally overcome but never abolished (because there could be neither orientation without the other). (38)
The critical course of our historical investigation being conducted pre-critically, critically and post-critically. (39)
The adequacy of our ongoing overall transcendental suspensions accounting for the critical quality of our historical research both iteratively and re-iteratively. (40)

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