Is it a cautious or, on the contrary, particularly happy phrasing? In favor of the first assessment is the fact that anticipation may generate certainty, but the true redemption of happiness is not yet guaranteed. And thus it remains with … Weiterlesen
A representative of German romanticism, Novalis criticizes the Enlightenment by classifying its rationalism as hurtful and juxtaposing reason with art, with aesthetics. An art form made of words, but of other words than those spelled out by reason that thinks … Weiterlesen
A precise critique of the peculiarly unhistorical way of thinking exhibited by many historians and other scientists.
We can easily see that each epoch developed (develops) its specific attitudes and fashions, and, what’s more, the respective present defines how we … Weiterlesen
What is questioned here is not action itself, but its background. The will is that which needs reflection and thoughtfulness. Which is why human rights have to consider not the action itself, but the respective intent. The philosopher Hegel called … Weiterlesen
Fox wrote this in 1851 on the occasion of the opening of Paxton’s Crystal Palace. He thus described the beginning of the amazing development from urban conservatories to the large department stores in the second half of the 19th century. … Weiterlesen