The hermeneutic spiral is the process of understanding a text (or more generally, anything big and confusing) by passing over it again and again, each time using what you've learned to more deeply understand the workings and roles of each part and grow a truer image of the whole. The hermeneutic spiral is not depth-first search; it's more like bread-first search, but it can also involve depth, and altering the ordering you use to search, and expanding the set you're searching over.

The hermeneutic spiral involves noticing landmarks, principles, cruxes, and

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