Myth and reason: a symposium
Published for the Dept. of Germanic Languages of the University of Texas at Austin by the University of Texas Press, 1973 - Literary Criticism - 196 pages
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aesthetic ancient anima archetypal Aryan basic become C. G. Jung called century chaos collective unconscious concept consciousness creative criticism cultural Dialogue Introduction Ernst Faust figure folkish force Friedrich Schlegel GenuB Germanic Languages Goethe Goethe's Grillparzer Grillparzer's Guido von List Gustav Frenssen Hebbel Hermann Hesse hero Hesse Hesse's Hitler human idea idealism ideology intellectual intuition irrational irrationality Jost Hermand KFSA Lanz von Liebenfels Leben Lecture Leibniz literary literature magic manipulation meaning Middleton mind mysticism Myth and Reason mythical mythmaking mythology KFSA mythopoesis Mythos nature Nietzsche Nordic Novalis novel original Oskar Seidlin philosophy play Poesie poet poetic poetry Polheim primary myth problem psychic racial rational religion ritual role Romantic seems Selby sense Siegfried society spirit structure symbol Symposium term myth Teutonic Texas at Austin Theodore Ziolkowski things tion Trippett unconscious unmyth Vernunft vision Wagner Werdende Werke word myth Wotan XVIII Ziolkowski