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Reading Philosophy Through Archives and Manuscripts

Abstract : The philosophical manuscript is a peculiar object that has only recently started to receive proper consideration. However, in Europe for instance, major archival centers have for a long time been collecting important philosophical data — such as Nietzsche, Benjamin or Kierkegaard’s archives — and have contributed to preserve the memory of philosophical writing across the 20th century. This process has led to the constitution of an archival heritage that remains open to further exploration. This publication aims to investigate the specific status of philosophical manuscripts and of the forms and modalities of expression to which they testify.
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Benedetta Zaccarello, Fabrizio Desideri. Reading Philosophy Through Archives and Manuscripts. Aisthesis. Pratiche, linguaggi e saperi dell'estetico, 2020. ⟨halshs-03103002⟩



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