This essay examines the new Italian edition of Hölderlin’s "Prose, teatro e lettere" (2019), which contains the novel "Hyperion" and the tragedy "Empedokles" in all available drafts and versions, the theoretical essays and all extant letters, and moreover offers innovative hypotheses in terms of textual reconstruction. The main argument is that philological work represents a precondition to philosophical interpretation, and this is demonstrated by discussing the case of Hölderlin’s controversial writing "Urtheil und Seyn".

Il fascino discreto della filologia. Ancora su Hölderlin e l’idealismo tedesco

Laura Anna Macor
2021

Abstract

This essay examines the new Italian edition of Hölderlin’s "Prose, teatro e lettere" (2019), which contains the novel "Hyperion" and the tragedy "Empedokles" in all available drafts and versions, the theoretical essays and all extant letters, and moreover offers innovative hypotheses in terms of textual reconstruction. The main argument is that philological work represents a precondition to philosophical interpretation, and this is demonstrated by discussing the case of Hölderlin’s controversial writing "Urtheil und Seyn".
Hölderlin, "Urtheil und Seyn", Konstellationsforschung, Philosophy and Literature, Philosophy and Philology
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