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Romantic Vision, Ethical Context

Novalis and Artistic Autonomy

1987
Author:

Géza von Molnar
Foreword by Jochen Schulte-Sasse

Romantic Vision, Ethical Context

Exploring the full range of Novalis's (the pen name of the German poet and philosopher Friedrich von Hardenberg) work, von Molnar shows how he dealt, in theory and practice, with a central issue in Romanticism-the emerging concept of the autonomous self and its relation.

Exploring the full range of Novalis's (the pen name of the German poet and philosopher Friedrich von Hardenberg) work, von Molnar shows how he dealt, in theory and practice, with a central issue in Romanticism-the emerging concept of the autonomous self and its relation.

Exploring the full range of Novalis's (the pen name of the German poet and philosopher Friedrich von Hardenberg) work, von Molnar shows how he dealt, in theory and practice, with a central issue in Romanticism-the emerging concept of the autonomous self and its relation.

Romantic Vision, Ethical Context

Geza von Molnar is professor of German language and literature at Northwestern University. He is the author of Novalis’ “Fichte Studies”: The Foundations of his Aesthetics and co-editor of Versuche zu Goethe. His essays on Novalis, Goethe, and Kant have appeared in PMLA, Goethe Jahrbuch, Lessing Yearbook, Goethe Yearbook, and other scholarly publications.

Jochen Schulte-Sasse is professor of German and comparative literature at the University of Minnesota and is co-editor with Wlad Godzich of the series Theory and History of Literature.

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