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In: KulturPoetik 2007, Heft 2

Autor

Joseph Vogl

Titel

Robuste und idiosynkratische Theorie

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Abstract

In the first part of this paper Johannes Kepler’s Somnium (1609) serves as an instance of what could be called ›Copernican poetics‹. Based on this example, the author then outlines the methodology of a poetology of knowledge. Central to this is an idiosyncratic approach, as opposed to a robust procedure: The Poetology of Knowledge adjusts its methodological and theoretical assumptions to its object of investigation, which is thus integrated in a comprehensive history of knowledge.