ANALYSIS OF A REPLY1) BY Dr. H. HART Every serious supporter of Prof. Vollenhoven's labours in the history of philosophy welcomes critical investigations of that work. Unfortunately, very little analysis of this kind has been done and even less has been published. When Prof. V. wrote his lengthy review of Dr. Mansfeld's dissertation on Parmenides (this journal, '65, pp. 68-112) there were a number of people who hoped for a reply by Dr. M. which would be the start of a thorough exchange on the merits of the problem-historical method. It was to be expected that Dr. M's reply would have to be in dis agreement with the results of his critic. But such dis agreement would be a welcome contribution. In the interest of scientific lintegrity, any doubt about the work of Prof. V. based on reputable investigations would only be to the benefit of that work. Therefore, let the reader of this short analysis rest assured that Dr. M's reply, even though expected to be negative, was awaited with eager anticipation. The reply has come (!his journal, '66, pp. 124-125) and has left us with onl)' one question: What help does it give in evaluating the
Philosophia Reformata – Brill
Published: Feb 20, 1967
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