In this paper I have tried to point out the epistemological paradigm of German Classical Philology, as it has been worked out by Wilamowitz and later redefined by his follower Werner Jaeger, have had a pivotal role in Leo Spitzer's approach to his own work as a romanistic philologue. As a final aim of this enquiry, I try to elighten the implicit dialogue (via Wilamowitz-Jaeger) between Leo Spitzer's idea of 'classical harmony' - as it has been worked out in Spitzer's last and posthumous book, "Classical and Christian Idea of World Harmony" - and Nietzsche's "Die Geburt der Tragoedie".
|Titolo:||La filologia classica (e gli antichi) di Leo Spitzer: un caso di negazione nietzschiana|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Parole Chiave:||Classical Philology, Tragedy, Theater, Ancient, Modern, Nietzsche, Wagner; Filologia Classica, Tragedia, Teatro, Antico, Moderno, Nietzsche, Wagner|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|