Προς μια φιλοσοφική θεμελίωση της φιλολογίας: Η περίπτωση του Ιωάννη Συκουτρή
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Please note: this article is in Greek. This article focuses on the work of Ioannis Sikoutris (1901–1937), a significant scholar of Modern Greek literary studies, and its dialogue with the field of philosophy. In this context, the study presents and discusses Sikoutris’ principal works conversant with philosophy and analyses the theoretical context of two of his texts, chiefly contiguous to Modern Greek literary studies, namely “Literary Studies” (“Γραμματολογία”, 1929) and “Philology and Life” (“Φιλολογία και ζωή”, 1931). Special emphasis has been placed on the relationship of Sikoutris’ work with Hermeneutics, a paradigm of great importance in European philosophy and literary theory.