Thoughts on the literary history of philosophy. The case of Diderot


Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (Stanford) discusses a chapter from his forthcoming book (will be distributed beforehand)

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht is the Albert Guérard Chair as Professor in the Departments of Comparative Literature and French and Italian at Stanford University. He holds close to a dozen honorary doctorates from universities around the globe. A leading literary theorist whose writings haven influenced (and continue to do so) generations of scholars around the world, his most recent work is particularly relevant to our group’s research. We are honoured to discuss his work in progress in Copenhagen.

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