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Peter Schöttler or a possible answer to the question: what else can be said about something which everything is already „known”? Scientific realism, „canonization” and the deconstruction of the myths

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Author(s): Ionuţ Butoi

Journal: Sfera Politicii
ISSN 1221-6720

Volume: XXI;
Issue: 175 (3);
Start page: 116;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: social history | deconstruction | interwar sociology | interwar history

ABSTRACT
In this article I lay down the conviction that one can never say „everything is known” about a classic author or cultural movement which, by his magnitude, sometimes founding intellectual or learning/school currents, becomes „canonized” in the pantheon of an „mythical” culture. And, subsequently, one could actually express this „something new” without resorting to the easy and rather problematic method of „deconstruction”, by recourse to the scientific realism of the methods of social history. German historian Peter Schöttler’s research is an argument to this effect.
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