• Published 2011

Schlegel ’ s early Romantic notion of religion in relation to two presuppositions of the Enlightenment

@inproceedings{Nivala2011SchlegelS,
  title={Schlegel ’ s early Romantic notion of religion in relation to two presuppositions of the Enlightenment},
  author={Asko Nivala},
  year={2011}
}
German early Romanticism was an intellectual movement that originated in the era between the great French Revolution of 1789 and the beginning of the Napoleonic Wars in 1803. Usually, it is defined in contrast to the Enlightenment. The Enlightenment is presented as the age of reason, criticism and scientific naturalism, while the Romantics are portrayed as its reactionary enemies. According to a still customary prejudice, Romanticism was the age of exaggerated emotions, authoritarian dogmatism… CONTINUE READING

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