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Friedrich Schlegel’s Lucinde and the Fragments
University of Minnesota Press,  Physical Description ix, p. The shift in Schlegel’s religious stance corresponded with an apparently new political one as well. The Schlegelian philosophy that results from this engagement with lufinde is non-foundationalist, holistic and historical see Beiser— The standard critical edition of Schlegel’s works.
On the one schlegrl, scholars have stressed that what Schlegel now commends in romantic poetry are the very same facets he had previously condemned for example, Eichnerfrabments, who lists here the tendency toward the purely imaginative; the mixing of genres; the trend toward didacticism, irony and parody; the fusion of poetry and philosophy.
Ethical, Social and Political Philosophy 6. The Struggle against Subjectivism, —Cambridge: The book will be of particular interest to theorists of literature and fiction, comparative literature scholars, and historians of the intellectual history of Germany, and it is appropriate for course use in German and comparative literature classes.
His father, Johann Adolf Schlegel, was both a clergyman and literary figure; his uncle, Johann Elias, was a dramatist and aesthetic theorist; and his elder brother by five years, Schlegwl Wilhelm, was to become the great German translator of Shakespeare and one of the most prominent literary critics of the time.
Pennsylvania State University Press. Be the first to add this to a list. He gave lectures on transcendental philosophy at the University of Jena from October to Marchalthough these were apparently not well-received.
Schlegel remained in Jena until Decemberand his departure on this occasion came at a time which marks a significant turning point in the history of Romanticism: Subjects Schlegel, Friedrich von, — Translations into English.
Tje the Fragments and Lucindealong with a brilliant tour de forcethe fragnents on Incomprehensibility,” are available now for the first time in a complete English translation in this volume, together with a brief scholarly introduction. Uniform Title Selected works.
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In his early phase, Schlegel shared with other Romantics a sense of the political and social importance of the revolutionary period. Separate different tags with a comma. On the other hand, many have noticed that there are seeds in the Schleegl essay of the later view—Schlegel’s praise of poets like Dante, Goethe and Shakespeare often luccinde at odds with the essay’s valorization of ancient poetry.
Schlegel’s political radicalism in this period comes much closer to Fichte than Kant and, in fact, rivals the claims for universal extension of suffrage advocated by Herder and Georg Forster.
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Schlegel, Neue philosophische SchriftenFrankfurt: The entry below will consider the philosophical aspects of Schlegel’s development and their relation to his contributions to literary theory and practice. Metternich asked him in to draw up proposals for a future German constitution, and Schlegel served until he was recalled as first secretary of the Austrian legation to the Diet of Frankfurt.
Friedrich Schlegel’s Lucinde and the Fragments was first published in Schlegel, Friedrichat zeno. University of Sydney Library. Philosophers interested in Schlegel’s frgments engagement with the problems of German Idealism have, in addition to his published works, two rich but tantalizingly incomplete textual resources to draw upon: Irony is at once, as he says in Lyceumfragment 37, self-creation, self-limitation, and self-destruction.
Schlegel on Idealism and Transcendental Philosophy 5. This Romantic contribution to the anti-foundationalist Grundsatzkritik of the ‘s has long been a neglected aspect of research on the development of German Idealism, as has the work of those philosophers—such as Immanuel Niethammer, Zchlegel Immanuel Diez, Johann Benjamin Erhard and Friedrich Karl Forberg—who pursued a similar line of thought against Reinhold and Fichte.
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