Une étape singulière dans l'histoire de l'interprétation du Protagoras de Platon : la lecture du dialogue par Natorp

Abstract : In the nineteenth century, in Germany, the study of Plato - like that of Homer - allowed philology to be constituted into a discipline which was defined exclusively by the questions it posed to the texts. So, the philologists occupied the field of Platonic studies by affirming the specificity of their approach and distancing from philosophy. As a philosopher, Paul Natorp also testifies to this rupture. Although his position is part of a tradition strongly marked by philology, his project, admitting its philosophic character, is clearly distinct from philologists' one, and will be dismissed by the philology of his time. A closer look shows that the demarcation is real, but that the antagonism between philology and philosophy lies less in the rejection or the claim of a theoretical point of view than in the manner of implementing a position which is, in any case, a philosophical one.
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Fabienne Blaise. Une étape singulière dans l'histoire de l'interprétation du Protagoras de Platon : la lecture du dialogue par Natorp. Colloque International sur la réception de Platon, « Images de Platon et lectures de ses œuvres », Lausanne, A. Neschke-Hentschke, Oct 1993, Lausanne, Switzerland. pp.363-380. ⟨hal-01588873⟩

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