This paper deals with a recently rediscovered figure of late eighteenth-century German culture, the philologist and Jena professor Christian Gottfried Schütz, whose merits went beyond classical scholarship and included a surprisingly early support of Kantian philosophy. This essay aims to stress this connection in relation to Schütz’ edition of Aeschylus’ “Prometheus Bound” (1782) and its “Excursus”.

Christian Gottfried Schütz tra studi classici e filosofia kantiana. Un capitolo della ricezione tardosettecentesca del "Prometeo incatenato" di Eschilo

MACOR L
2006

Abstract

This paper deals with a recently rediscovered figure of late eighteenth-century German culture, the philologist and Jena professor Christian Gottfried Schütz, whose merits went beyond classical scholarship and included a surprisingly early support of Kantian philosophy. This essay aims to stress this connection in relation to Schütz’ edition of Aeschylus’ “Prometheus Bound” (1782) and its “Excursus”.
Christian Gottfried Schütz, Kantian philosophy, Ancient Tragedy, Prometheus
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