Romanticism and the Re-Invention of Modern Religion
The Reconciliation of German Idealism and Platonic Realism
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Part I. Romantic Religion: Transcendence for an Age of Immanence: 1. The romantic vocation; 2. Realism, idealism and the transcendentals; 3. Re-contextualising romanticism: the problem of subjectivity; 4. Re-contextualising romanticism: the question of Religion; Part II. Give Me a Place to Stand: The Absolute at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century: 5. The immanent absolute: Spinoza and Fichte; 6. Jacobi and the transcendence of the absolute; 7. Herder and the immanent presence of the transcendent absolute; 8. Moritz and the aesthetics of the absolute; Part III. Romantic Religion: The Transcendent Absolute: 9. Platonism and the transcendent absolute; 10. Schlegel: the poetic search for an unknown God; 11. Holderlin: becoming and dissolution in the absolute; 12. Novalis: the desire to be at home in the world; Part IV. Our Romantic Future.
Examines how early German Romanticism combined post-Kantian idealism and Platonic-Christian realism to develop a new aesthetics of religion.