The Philosophy of Art
Annotation. A new translation of Schelling's Die Philosophie der Kunst, 1859 with extensive commentary by the translator, Douglas W. Stott. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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absolute identity according actually afﬁrmed allegorical already anorganic antiquity antithesis appear archetype architecture art form artistic August Wilhelm Schlegel beauty become body character chiaroscuro Christianity color comedy completely concept conﬂict constitutes Correggio discussion divine Doric order element encompasses epic essence eternal example expression extent ﬁgure ﬁnal ﬁnd ﬁnite ﬁrst formative art freedom Friedrich Friedrich Schlegel genre genuinely gods Goethe Greek Greek mythology harmony Hegel Hence higher highest Homer human idea ideal world indifference individual inﬁnite inner insofar intuition lectures light Literatur und Kunst lyric manifestation means merely modern mythology necessity object organic painting particular perspective philosophy of art philosophy of nature plastic arts poem poesy poet poetic poetry portray portrayal possible potence precisely principle pure reality reason reﬂection regards relationship religion rhythm Schelling Schelling’s sculpture sense signiﬁcance simultaneously Sophocles speciﬁc spirit style sublime symbolic thereby things tragedy Transcendental Idealism truth unity universal whole Winckelmann