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Rezension: William V. Harris, Dreams and Experience in Classical Antiquity, Cambridge (Mass.) –– London (Harvard UP) 2009, XV, 332 S., 9 Abb., ISBN 978-0-674-03297-2 (geb.)


Näf, B (2010). Rezension: William V. Harris, Dreams and Experience in Classical Antiquity, Cambridge (Mass.) –– London (Harvard UP) 2009, XV, 332 S., 9 Abb., ISBN 978-0-674-03297-2 (geb.). Klio, 92(1):214-215.

Abstract

"This book has a leitmotiv, which is that there is more sense, common and otherwise, in what the
ancients thought and wrote about dreams than scholars have sometimes recognized." (4) So charakterisiert
William V. Harris sein neuestes Buch. Viel Kritik, unermüdliche Gelehrsamkeit sowie
eine ausgesprochene Präferenz für einen rationalistischen Naturalismus treten einem bei seiner
Lektüre entgegen, nicht zuletzt auch einige Widersprüchlichkeiten.

"This book has a leitmotiv, which is that there is more sense, common and otherwise, in what the
ancients thought and wrote about dreams than scholars have sometimes recognized." (4) So charakterisiert
William V. Harris sein neuestes Buch. Viel Kritik, unermüdliche Gelehrsamkeit sowie
eine ausgesprochene Präferenz für einen rationalistischen Naturalismus treten einem bei seiner
Lektüre entgegen, nicht zuletzt auch einige Widersprüchlichkeiten.

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, further contribution
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of History
Dewey Decimal Classification:900 History
Date:June 2010
Deposited On:26 Jan 2011 14:55
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 14:39
Publisher:Akademie-Verlag
ISSN:0075-6334
Publisher DOI:https://doi.org/10.1524/klio.2010.0011

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