Рефлексия о плагиате и протестантская история философии: от Якоба Томазия к Иоганну Конраду Шварцу
In this article the reflection on plagiarism has been analyzed in the context of the central tendencies in the early modern philosophy, focused upon the critical judgment and the value of the “authentic” historical source in contrast to the numerous pseudoepigrapha and spuria, i.e. the eclecticism (J. Thomasius) and the critical history of philosophy (Ch. A. Heumann, J. Brucker). The plagiarism has been considered as a means of shaping the disciplinary field and stigmatizing the rival intellectual traditions: scholastic and Barock eruditism (J. C. Schwartz), neoplatonic mysticism, Kabbalah and apophatic theology dating back to Dionysius Areopagita (J. Brucker).