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- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- Walter von der Vogelweide until that of Goetheanism, and then abruptly
- Goethe, with all his power to unfold great, all-embracing ideas in
- into the period of Goetheanism, we shall certainly perceive as its
- Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
- monograph on Goethe — what is our experience then? We feel: this is
- is not Goethe! In reality it gives only a shadow-picture of Goethe, as
- two-dimensional shadow-picture, thrown on the screen. Goethe seems to
- year 1832. What is described is a spectral Goethe — not what Goethe
- Goethe himself did not succeed in lifting to the level of spiritual
- ‘Goethe problem’ to-day is precisely this: to raise into
- consciousness in a truly spiritual way what was spiritually alive in Goethe.
- Therefore Hermann Grimm, too, firmly rooted as he was in the Goethean
- speak of Goethe's spirit. It is thoroughly characteristic that the
- best modern exposition of Goethe and Goetheanism should produce
- nothing but a spectre of Goethe.
- Goetheanism, that the spirit glimmered forth; for it was then, for the
- its light. Until the time of Goethe, men protected themselves against
- of Goetheanism, modern humanity, especially in Middle Europe, absorbed
- Goethe, Herder and
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
- how”, “the what”—Goethe once claimed
- Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture II: The Inner Experience of Language
- German speech is a result of Goethean creation and of those
- who are connected with Goethe's creative work: Lessing,
- Herder, Wieland, Goethe, end to a certain degree Schiller
- them! To a great extent the period which produced Goetheanism
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