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Gadamer’s preoccupation with the nature of understanding led him to devote special attention to human sciences. While believing in Dilthey’s verstehen, he claimed that Dilthey is captivated with the myth of method. Gadamer, thus, questioned the method and did not necessarily seek the truth in its framework. Therefore, Dilthey’s belief in “hermeneutics as the bedrock of all human sciences” was adopted but redefined by Gadamer who introduced aesthetics as the guiding principle of human sciences.