Originally Posted by JemyM
Insinuations doesn't replace evidence so blow that smoke elsewhere.
They are a subcategory of the broader category you mentioned.
Hermeneutics mean you have more data available. If logic, truth, consistent ideas etc are important to you it means you have greater amount of pieces that needs to be sorted before you can make conclusions. People who know very little are faster to make conclusions since they have fewer facts to get in the way of their ideas. People who know a lot but aren't interested in consistent and coherent logic aren't useful either. This is why empiricism and rationalism are important but both fails on it's own.
Perhaps I do and your certainty is wrong?