It can be said that there have long been, and still are, two conflicting perspectives in philology and literary criticism that reflect the two worldviews of the “particularists” and the “universalists”. The former favour a closer gaze, grounding the texts in their immediate chronology and geography, insisting on relationships with the neighbouring context; the latter, on the other hand, adopt a long gaze, projecting the texts onto endless horizons, tracing themes, motifs, figures, and models that are found in several texts and which are virtually universal, appearing at every latitude, in all ages, in different authors and in distant cultures and societies.

«Oltre la filologia e la critica del particolare e dell’universale»

Bonafin
2020

Abstract

It can be said that there have long been, and still are, two conflicting perspectives in philology and literary criticism that reflect the two worldviews of the “particularists” and the “universalists”. The former favour a closer gaze, grounding the texts in their immediate chronology and geography, insisting on relationships with the neighbouring context; the latter, on the other hand, adopt a long gaze, projecting the texts onto endless horizons, tracing themes, motifs, figures, and models that are found in several texts and which are virtually universal, appearing at every latitude, in all ages, in different authors and in distant cultures and societies.
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