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A Succinct And Elegant Argument succinct and elegant argument distinguishing between a hilosophy of the Tragic And The Poetics Of Tragedy Espoused and the oetics of tragedy espoused Aristotle The first of the books two arts consists of a series of commentaries on hilosophical and aesthetic texts from twelve
THINKERS AND POETS BETWEEN 1795 ANDand oets between 1795 and Schelling Hölderlin Hegel Solger Goethe Schopenhauer Vischer Kierkegaard Hebbel Nietzsche Simmel and Scheler The various definiti. ,
Ons of tragedy are read not so much in terms of their specific hilosophies but rather in the way their views assist in analyzing tragedies with an aim to establish a general concept of the tragicThe second Vögeln ist schön: Die Sexrevolte von 1968 und was von ihr bleibt partresents exemplary analyses of eight tragedies Sophocles' Oedipus Rex Calderons Life Is a Dream Shakespeares Othello Gryphius Leo Armenius Racines Phaedra Schillers Demetrius Kleist's The Schroffenstein Family and Büchner's Danton's a Dream Shakespeares Othello Gryphius Leo Armenius Racines Phaedra Schillers Demetrius Kleist's The Schroffenstein Family and Büchner's Danton's The read. Ings neither resuppose a concept of the tragic determined by context as in Hegel's idea of THE CONFLICT BETWEEN TWO ORDERS OF conflict between two orders of nor do they focus exclusively on the texts explicit contents Instead They Elaborate The they elaborate the or aporetic structures at the heart of the tragic The works analyzed represent the four great epochs of tragic oetry the age of Greek tragedy; the Baroue era in Spain England and Germany; French Classicism; and the age of Goet.