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OZSW Autumn Course ‘Uncommon Notions: Fragments, Obscurities, Authority‘

The course Uncommon Notions will discuss how the historian of philosophy deals with sources that are not immediately intelligible or whose status is not immediately intelligible on account of their fragmentary, disputed or obscure character. What is an appropriate use of such sources, and how do we determine their status in order to justify their … Continue reading OZSW Autumn Course ‘Uncommon Notions: Fragments, Obscurities, Authority‘

OZSW Autumn Course ‘Uncommon Notions: Fragments, Obscurities, Authority’ open for registration

The course Uncommon Notions will discuss how the historian of philosophy deals with sources that are not immediately intelligible or whose status is not immediately intelligible on account of their fragmentary, disputed or obscure character. What is an appropriate use of such sources, and how do we determine their status in order to justify their … Continue reading OZSW Autumn Course ‘Uncommon Notions: Fragments, Obscurities, Authority’ open for registration