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An interpretation of Schiller"s later dramas on the basis of his philosophical writings.
George Wallis Field
Written in English
Thesis (PhD) - University of Toronto, 1948.
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But Schiller’s contention that aesthetic judgment falls in the provenance of practical rather than theoretical reason laid the groundwork for his later depiction of aesthetic aspects to moral action, and his use of form as a dynamic concept is credited with offering a plausible alternative to Kant’s subjectivist description of aesthetic experience (Schindler ).
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Later Dramas. Schiller philosophical essays. This relationship and these discussions led to a period now referred t See more on top application letter editor site ca Text under CC-BY-SA license Notable works: The Robbers, Don Carlos, Nationality: German.
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