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Author(s): Künne, Wolfgang | Sarot, Marcel | Huxel, Kirsten | Siemann, Jutta
[German Version] I. Philosophy – II. Philosophy of Religion – III. Fundamental Theology – IV. Ethics – V. Practical Theology I. Philosophy To speak of the meaning of a linguistic utterance is ambiguous from a systematic point of view. The various ¶ semantic concepts correspond to various levels of understanding (comprehension of meaning). The first three levels belong to the field of semantics: (1) If the spoken sentence P is free of lexical and grammatical ambiguities in the language of the speaker, then the interpreter understand…

Leisure Time

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Author(s): Siemann, Jutta
[German Version] I. Concept; Social History – II. Social Ethics – III. Practical Theology I. Concept; Social History 1. The concept of free (or leisure) time derives from a period of legal immunity in the Middle Ages. The German word Freizeit still used today for a religious retreat (E. Wunderlich, “Freizeiten,” RGG 3 III, 1958, 1122–1124). The notion of leisure time made its appearance in the context of industrialization and the struggle of trade unions for extended periods of rest for workers. Sociology treats it as the opposite of labor, wi…