By E Douka Kabitoglou

This ebook tackles the difficult dating among Platonic philosophy and Romantic poetry, among the mind and the sentiments. Drawing on modern serious concept, in particular hermeneutics and deconstruction, the writer exhibits discussion among pondering and poetizing is feasible. the amount yields many new insights into either Platonic and Romantic texts and varieties a massive paintings for students and scholars of Greek philosophy, Romantic literature and demanding concept.

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