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Carlyle and Jean Paul.

Author: J P Vijn
Publisher: Amsterdam : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1982.
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It has always been thought difficult, if not impossible, to define what the philosophy of Carlyle was. Ever since the publication of Sartor Resartus in 1833-1834, the view that Carlyle had a theistic conception of the universe has been defended as well as opposed. At a time, therefore, when Carlyle's work as a whole is being reappraised, his philosophy should first and foremost be dealt with. Carlyle's  Read more...
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Vijn, J.P.
Carlyle and Jean Paul: Their Spiritual Optics.
Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, ©1982
Named Person: Thomas Carlyle; Thomas Carlyle; Jean Paul; Jean Paul; Thomas Carlyle; Jean Paul
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J P Vijn
ISBN: 9789027280510 9027280517
OCLC Number: 769344096
Description: 1 online resource (301 pages)
Contents: CARLYLE AND JEAN PAULTHEIR SPIRITUAL OPTICS; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; Table of contents; PREFACE; PART ONE. JEAN PAUL'S"REDE DES TODTEN CHRISTUS"; CHAPTER I: THE GENESIS OF THE "REDE; CHAPTER II: THE "REDE" INTERPRETED; PART TWO. CARLYLE AND THE "REDE"; CHAPTER III. CARLYLE'S EARLY REACTION TO THE "REDE"; CHAPTER IV: CARLYLE ECHOING THE "REDE"; PART THREE. CARLYLE'S SARTOR RESARTUS; CHAPTER VI: THE PROCESS OF CARLYLE'S 'CONVERSION'; GENERAL CONCLUSION; APPENDICES RELATIVE TO THE "REDE"; APPENDIX I: LEGEND ABOUT THE MIDNIGHT MASS OF THE DEAD; APPENDIX II: JEAN PAUL'S TEXTS. 1. "schilderung des atheismus"2. "todtenpredigt shakespear"; 3. "des todtenshakespear'sklage; 4. "rede des todten christus"; appendix iii: english translations; 1. nevinson: "lament of the dead shakespeare"; 2. carlyle: "speech of the dead christ"; appendix iv: the "rede" in mme de staël's de l'allemagne; 1. extract from de l'allemagne; "un songe"; 2. the "rede" in de l'allemagne; bibliography; index.

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It has always been thought difficult, if not impossible, to define what the philosophy of Carlyle was. Ever since the publication of Sartor Resartus in 1833-1834, the view that Carlyle had a theistic conception of the universe has been defended as well as opposed. At a time, therefore, when Carlyle's work as a whole is being reappraised, his philosophy should first and foremost be dealt with. Carlyle's life-philosophy is based on the inner experience of a process of 'conversion', which set in with an incident that occurred to him at Leith Walk, Edinburgh. This study - which settles the old que.

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