antiguo moderno Kant, Immanuel Hölderlin, Friedrich
Anuario Filosófico, 2004 (37), 713 - 732
This article focuses on the meaning of Greece in the modern Philosophy,
specifically as a conflict between Kant and Hölderlin. It
is shown the distinct perception from Kant and the idealism that
becomes crucial: Greece as a conflict means the conflict between
the Greek and the modern, between the difference and the absolute.