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Ebook German Philosophy Of Language From Schlegel To Hegel And Beyond 2011
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Thursday, May Michael P. Seebohm , edited by O.
Wiegand et al. Friday, May Michael N. Memorial Day. Monday, June Hegel and Language , pages Tuesday, June Wednesday, June Thursday, June Friday, June Cook, Language in the Philosophy of Hegel , pages Lamb, Language and Perception in Hegel and Wittgenstein , pages Georg Hegel, "Psychology" , Philosophy of Mind. Vernon, Hegel's Philosophy of Language , pages McCumber, The Company of Words , pages Part of Schlegel's larger political animus lay always in early as well as late phases of his career in a refashioning of the relationship between the sexes.
In his early phase, Schlegel shared with other Romantics a sense of the political and social importance of the revolutionary period. 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. It is all the more striking, of course, that the politics of the later Schlegel, as he takes up a position in the Austrian court, turn decisively more conservative. In the final twenty years of his life in Vienna, Schlegel followed on the success of his brother's famous Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature , given in that city in ,with several lecture series of his own.
He lectured on modern European history , ancient and modern literature , the philosophy of life , the philosophy of history and the philosophy of language —, a lecture series that was never completed because of Schlegel's death. Given Schlegel's conversion and the more conservative tendency of his later political thought, commentators have often raised questions about the continuity between the earlier romantic phase and Schlegel's later work.
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Blanchot puts this line of questioning most sharply:. There is, to be sure, a rather different style and tone evident in many of Schlegel's later writings and lectures. In some of the lecture series, there is a good deal of repetition and argumentative flaccidity of a sort the young Schlegel would no doubt have sharply criticized. But it is far from clear that Vienna represented simply a phase of ossification in Schlegel's intellectual life or even a turn away from the most important philosophical and literary concerns of the young romantic. Behler et al.
The standard critical edition of Schlegel's works.
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Life and Works 2. The Romantic Turn 3. Poetics and Aesthetics 4. Ethical, Social and Political Philosophy 6. Life and Works The youngest of five sons, Schlegel was born in Hanover into a distinguished and culturally prominent literary family. Later Philosophy of Life, History and Religion In the final twenty years of his life in Vienna, Schlegel followed on the success of his brother's famous Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature , given in that city in ,with several lecture series of his own.
Is the later Schlegel the truth of the first? Does the struggle against a bourgeois who is banal engender no more than a bourgeois who is exalted, then weary, and finally only contribute to an exaltation of the bourgeoisie? Where is romanticism? In Jena or Vienna? Morrison trans. Millington trans. Purcell and R. Whitelock trans. Bohn et al. Robertson trans. Eichner ed. Behler and R. Struc trans.
Firchow trans. Beiser , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Schulte-Sasse et al. Barnett trans. Bernstein ed.
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Secondary Literature Ameriks, K. Nassar ed. Behler, E. Beiser, F. Benjamin, W. Bullock and M.
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Jennings eds. Bernstein, J. Kompridis ed. Blanchot, M.