L'anthropologia in nuce de Kant et Hamann

Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 99 (3):313 - 325 (1994)
Abstract
Un fait divers, l'apparition en 1764 d'un homme prétendument sauvage dans les forêts de Königsberg, fournit à Kant et Hamann l'occasion d'une confrontation de leurs points de vue sur l'intelligibilité de la naturalité et de la f actualité humaines. Parue dans la Gazette politique et littéraire de Königsberg sous la forme de deux articles (que nous traduisons), cette confrontation dépasse vite l'anecdote pour conduire à la divergence de deux voies, celle implicite de Hamann, l'interprétation théologique, et celle encore « en germe » de Kant, l'application de la méthode expérimentale à l'anthropologie. A singular event — the appearance in 1764 of a so-called “savage man” in the forests of Königsberg — gave Kant and Hamann the opportunity to taste their points of view concerning the intelligibility of both naturality, and human factuality. This confrontation, which appeared in the Political and Literary Gazette of Königsberg in the form of two articles (translated here), goes rapidly over the anecdote to arrive at a parting of the ways — that of Hamann: the theological interpretation; and that of Kant (although still in germination) the application of experimental methodology to anthropology.
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