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Quand les savants modernes font l'histoire des savoirs antiques : problèmes de méthode

Abstract : This paper aims to outline a preliminary mapping of the (opposing) categories from which modern scholars address ancient knowledge: knowledge/religions, elite/people, discourses/images, disclosure/secrecy, reason/myths, truth/imagination, soul/body, abstract/ concrete, seriousness/ play, interiority/exteriority. The examination of these opposing notions leads to a comparison between modern categories and the emic categories of ancient knowledge world.
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Pierre Vesperini. Quand les savants modernes font l'histoire des savoirs antiques : problèmes de méthode. Archimède : archéologie et histoire ancienne, UMR7044 - Archimède, 2019, La République « gréco-romaine » des lettres : construction des réseaux savants et circulation des savoirs dans l’Empire romain, HS N°1, pp.82 à 100. ⟨halshs-02091596⟩

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