Mauro Bozzetti

The Book never Written. The Great Expectations of Hölderlin and Hegel in the Frankfurt Season

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Keywords: Patmos, Terror of the Object, Consciousness, Fichte, Empedocles.

The article deals with the disagreements between Hegel and Hölderlin regarding the sense of how to understand Christianity and its relationship with the poetics of classical antiquity. Hölderlin’s revival of the theme of tragic language is characterized as a challenge to a philosophical approach that seeks to ensure the primacy of reason over cognitive interests. If poetry constitutes the truthful moment of religious narrative, it is evident that Greece, home of poetry and philosophy, of the tragic sense, can’t fail to be seen by Hölderlin as a primary reference of his own reflection.

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