Romantik / Romanticism
For a long time Romanticism stood in the shadow of German Idealism. Hegel's criticisms were particularly decisive. Lately, Romanticism has been rehabilitated, above all as a philosophically independent alternative to the systematic thought of Idealism, and has been revealed to be a source for modern thought which has yet to be exhausted.
Against this background volume 6 of the International Yearbook of German Idealism pursues the many and diverse interrelations between Romantic thought and post-Kantian philosophy.
Contributions from: Andreas Arndt, J.M. Bernstein, Faustino Fabbianelli, Hans Feger, Manfred Frank, Peter Grove, Jane Kneller, Andreas Kubik, Elisabeth Millán-Zaibert, Judith Norman, Volker Rühle, Alison Stone, Violetta Waibel.
349 pages; ISBN 9783110196795
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Title: Romantik / Romanticism
Author: Jürgen Stolzenberg; Karl Ameriks; Fred Rush