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The Status of Oral Traditions in the History of Philosophy: Methodological Considerations - Koselleck Projekt - Einzelansicht

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-. 08:00 bis 20:00 Blockveranst. + Sa und So 23.09.2020 bis 27.09.2020  Hs 50 / Hohes Haus - Hs 50/202 (Hohes Haus - großer Seminarraum) Raumplan        
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Graneß, Anke, Dr. phil. verantwortlich und durchführend
Elberfeld, Rolf, Professor Dr. phil. habil. verantwortlich und durchführend
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Today, there is a growing consensus among philosophers in Africa, Latin America and other regions of the world that the history of philosophy has to consider both existing written and oral sources in the reconstruction of the history of philosophy. Even though it is usually not denied that philosophy also and above all expresses itself in oral practices, such as conversation or instruction, the question remains as to how orally handed down philosophical traditions can become part of a history of philosophy. This is subject to a number of methodological questions: • What are oral philosophical traditions? How do they differ from other kinds of oral traditions? What is the difference between philosophical traditions, concepts, etc. and other forms of orally transmitted knowledge (such as superstition, myth, religion, folk wisdom, etc.)? • How and where are oral philosophical traditions manifested? • How can philosophical traditions in an oral culture be documented and analysed – without altering them by using academic language and concepts to describe them? • What are appropriate methods for dealing with oral philosophical traditions as part of the history of philosophy? • What is the place of oral tradition in the history of philosophy? • What criteria should be used to decide whether an oral philosophical tradition should be included in the history of philosophy? Is there a scale of measurement or a set of qualities? Who is entitled to determine such criteria? • The authors of specific ideas or concepts go unnamed in oral traditions. Who are they? And is authorship indeed a crucial criterion for philosophy? • How does all of this change our understanding of the nature of philosophy? • How do the answers to these questions affect the teaching of philosophy? The two-day’s workshop will provide the opportunity to discuss the questions mentioned above and many more among specialists of oral traditions and the history of philosophy from different parts of the world in order to find guidelines to handle oral philosophical traditions as part of the historiography of philosophy. The speakers are invited to prepare a lecture of 30-40min and to present their reflections on the issues raised above in the light of their own research projects and specializations. The workshop will provide a lot of time for discussion and exchange of experiences.


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