The aim of this article is to demonstrate how the Romantic thinkers F. Schlegel and F. Schleiermacher, in their interpretation of Plato, were tributaries of their philosophical a priori — premises that led them to elaborate their theory of the dialogic form, a theory that involves engaging the very definition of philosophy, and which prevails […]
Plato and the German Romantic Thinkers: Friedrich Schlegel and Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher, by Marie-Dominique Richard
Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Hans-Joachim Krämer, “Fichte, Schlegel, and the Infinite Interpretation of Plato,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 21:2 (1999), pp. 69–112.
Friedrich Schlegel on the Cultivation of Common Sense in Aesthetic and Political Critique, by Nathan Ross
Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Nathan Ross, “Friedrich Schlegel on the Cultivation of Common Sense in Aesthetic and Political Critique,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 34:1 (2013), pp. 43–64.
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