By Elizabeth Millan
This publication addresses the philosophical reception of early German Romanticism and provides the 1st in-depth research in English of the movement’s most vital thinker, Friedrich Schlegel, providing his philosophy opposed to the historical past of the controversies that formed its emergence. Elizabeth Millán-Zaibert starts off by way of distinguishing early German Romanticism from classical German Idealism, lower than which it has all too usually been subsumed, after which explores Schlegel’s romantic philosophy (and his rejection of first rules) via displaying how he answered to 3 critical figures of the post-Kantian interval in Germany—Jacobi, Reinhold, and Fichte—as good as to Kant himself. She concludes with a entire critique of the cultured and epistemological effects of Schlegel’s suggestion, with certain consciousness paid to his use of irony.
“…this e-book is an invaluable adjunct to the paintings of [Frederick] Beiser, [Andrew] Bowie and [Manfred] Frank.” — Philosophy in Review
“…Millán-Zaibert makes an important and confident contribution to the growing to be record of latest scholarship within the zone of early German romantic philosophy … [she] does an exceptional activity of attractive Schlegel’s inspiration within the context of Kant, Spinoza, Fichte, Hegel, and different heavyweight philosophers.” — Kinesis
“…[an] vital book.” — CHOICE
“Millán-Zaibert makes a resounding argument that Schlegel has a really brilliant and proper philosophical place, and that it's been typically misunderstood and underappreciated. i think each person operating within the box might be indebted to this quantity and may paintings with it regularly.” — Karl Ameriks, coeditor of the trendy topic: Conceptions of the Self in Classical German Philosophy
Elizabeth Millán-Zaibert is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at DePaul college. She is the coeditor (with Arleen Salles) of The function of heritage in Latin American Philosophy: modern views and the translator of Manfred Frank’s The Philosophical Foundations of Early German Romanticism, either additionally released through SUNY Press.