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STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
TESTIMONY OF THE POETS
THE MISFORTUNES OF GREAT MEN
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abstract Aeschylus aesthetic speculation Aesthetik Aristotle artistic Bahnsen basis beauty Boethius Bussy D'Ambois cause chance change of fortune character comedy comic conceptions of tragedy conduct conflict consciousness contradiction criticism defeat Descartes destiny destruction difficulties disaster divine drama dramatic art emotion Epicurean ethical evil expression external world factors falls of princes fate Faustus finite gods happiness Hegel hero Hibbert Journal Hippolytus idea ideal idealistic implies individual interpretation irrational element irrationality judgment king Leibniz man's metaphysical Michelet mind misfortune moral nature outer world overcoming the outer passion Petrus Ramus Philos philosophy poet poetic justice point of view principle purpose reality reason reflective thought relation Renaissance result retributive justice reversal of fortune Ruskin Schopenhauer sense Seventeenth Century Solger solution Sophocles sphere spiritual suffering theory of knowledge things tion tragedy and comedy tragic guilt tragic situation true truth ultimate universe unknowable validity virtue whole