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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • value. A condemnation of Goethe's Faust. Freedom and
    • Faust as an evolutionary factor. Greatest freedom
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture II: The Legend of the Prague Clock
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    • Faust.
    • Faust, dramatic poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
    • Faust, who will not hold the opinion that Goethe's
    • Faust is a great work of art, one that is tantamount to
    • Through Goethe's Faust, German cultural life in a sense
    • Goethe's lifetime Faust had a strong influence on many
    • possibly have of Goethe's Faust.
    • The quotation from Faust is from Part I,
    • Faust, which begins right away with the
    • Faust enjoys an usurped and unmerited renown that
    • vent the sarcasm of harsh criticism upon Goethe's Faust.
    • thankless labor. ... The wretched Faust speaks an
    • was signed that Faust was possessed by a devil. We, however,
    • There may well be some intentions behind Faust, yet a
    • magic must lead to grand results. In the case of Faust
    • the aforesaid Faust and condemn it, not to Hell, which
    • you see, this judgment was actually passed upon Faust at
    • would have kept him from writing such rubbish as Faust,
    • Faust. Just think of all the speculations you can make
    • people who even in those days considered Goethe's Faust
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • up to Goethe's Faust and all that nineteenth century
    • that led him to achieve his Faust and his other poetical
    • writing a Faust, Lessing had projected one, so
    • conception of Faust arose out of the spiritual problems
    • Lessing's projected Faust and a number of other similar
    • Faust versions, they all led to the famous Faust.
    • By leaving Goethe out, we still come to Faust as though
    • by necessity. Faust arose out of what preceded it. So we
    • can arrive at Faust by following Goethe's development.
    • of Faust. This brought the appearance of a Faust about,
    • something similar to Faust. Similarly if Goethe had
    • written Faust. These are unreal thoughts of course, but
    • produce his Faust or any of his life's work out of
    • Goethe would not have been able to create Faust, for it
    • would have been absolutely impossible for Faust to
    • Faust; no space, only a state of fullness. Events run
    • and Faust, take their turns, and then comes Goethe who creates
    • Faust is what Goethe had absorbed in his inner being and

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