By Jerome Carroll, Steve Giles, Maike Oergel
The essays during this e-book examine the complicated and infrequently contradictory relationships among aesthetics and modernity from the past due Enlightenment within the 1790s to the Frankfurt institution within the Sixties and interact with the vintage German culture of socio-cultural and aesthetic idea that extends from Friedrich Schiller to Theodor W. Adorno. whereas modern discussions in aesthetics are frequently ruled via summary philosophical ways, this ebook embeds aesthetic thought in broader social and cultural contexts and considers quite a lot of inventive practices in literature, drama, track and visible arts. Contributions contain study on Schiller’s writings and his paintings on the subject of ethical sentimentalism, Romantic aesthetics, Friedrich Schlegel, Beethoven, Huizinga and Greenberg; philosophers reminiscent of Kierkegaard, Benjamin, Heidegger and Adorno; and thematic techniques to Darwinism and Naturalism, sleek tragedy, postmodern realism and philosophical anthropology from the eighteenth century to the current day. This publication relies on papers given at a global symposium held below the auspices of the collage of Nottingham on the Institute of German and Romance reviews, London, in September 2009
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Ultimately, it remains quite unclear whether this entire narrative has been instigated by that same ‘invisible hand’ in order to disconcert Enlightened circles in Germany or inf luence them in other ways, by drawing them into an intricately interconnected intrigue of a similar complexity to the one enveloping the Prince. It was precisely this 38 GUSTAV FRANK ef fect of the text’s narrative techniques that provoked widespread unease in contemporary readers. They all expected events and motives to be fully clarified, and declared the novel to be a fragment because such clarification was not forthcoming.
R. Anna Karenina and Other Essays (London: Chatto and Windus, 1967). —— The Common Pursuit (London: Chatto and Windus, 1952). Sims, S. Beyond Aesthetics (London: Harvester, 1992). Swinden, P. Literature and the Philosophy of Intention (London: Macmillan, 1999). GUSTAV FRANK The Invisible Hand: Schiller’s Media Aesthetics of Modernity Introduction My aim in this discussion is to shed light on the modernity of Schiller’s aesthetic anxieties before they were alleviated by his classical aesthetics and then buried under two centuries of Schiller enthusiasm which have lasted to the present-day.
1, 217–367. Henceforth Studium. Kritische Friedrich Schlegel Ausgabe vol. 2 (1967), 165–372. Henceforth Athenäum. Kritische Friedrich Schlegel Ausgabe henceforth KFSA plus volume number. See Jauss, ‘Schlegels und Schillers Replik auf die Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes’, see also Brinkmann, ‘Romantische Dichtungstheorie’, more recently Alt, Schiller: Leben – Werk – Zeit, especially the chapter ‘Antike und Neuzeit’, 208–230. 46 Maike Oergel their thinking has received little consideration. While the strict notion that dialectics begins with Hegel no longer has much currency, researchers are hesitant to establish true dialectical structures for those who were thinking in the orbit of German Idealism before Hegel (which includes everybody associated with the Weimar or Jena circles in the last decade of the eighteenth century).