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    Fichte, Schlegel, and the Infinite Interpretation of Plato.Hans-Joachim Krämer - 1999 - Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 21 (2):69-112.
    Ever since the proposal of Giovanni Reale, it has been useful to distinguish three “paradigms,” or models of “normal science,” in Thomas Kuhn’s sense, in the history of Platonic scholarship, each of which are relatively distinct from the others in their historical succession: the Neoplatonic model which persisted into modern times; the “Romantic” model which replaced it and whose foundations were formulated around 1800 by Friedrich Schlegel and Friedrich Schleiermacher, and which was until recently the guiding model for history, philology (...)
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  2. Kritische Bemerkungen zu den jüngsten Äußerungen von W. Wieland und G. Patzig über Platons ungeschriebene Lehre.Hans-Joachim Krämer - 1982 - Rivista di Filosofia Neo-Scolastica 74 (1982):579-592.
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    The New View of Plato.Hans-Joachim Krämer - 1996 - Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 19 (1):25-41.
    It will be useful to connect the following survey with Giovanni Reale’s important book on Plato, because it reflects forcefully and lucidly the current state of Platonic scholarship. According to Reale, the three historical models of Plato—the Neoplatonic, the Romantic and the currently emerging one—are all paradigms or “disciplinary matrices” in the sense of Thomas Kuhn’s work on scientific theories. This view is fundamentally correct. Reale has adduced sufficient evidence to support it, and Kuhn himself is said to regard favorably (...)
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