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Models of Wholeness

Some Attitudes to Language, Art and Life in the Age of Goethe

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Jeremy Adler, Martin Swales and Ann Weaver

Contents: Elizabeth M. Wilkinson: The Wholeness of Mind and Medium – L.A. Willoughby: The Image of Horse and Charioteer – L.A. Willoughby: ‘Wanderer’ and ‘Hut’ – L.A. Willoughby: Schiller on Man’s Education to Freedom through Knowledge – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson: Schiller - Poet or Philosopher? – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson/L.A. Willoughby: ‘The Blind Man’ and the Poet – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson/L.A. Willoughby: Goethe’s ‘Pindar’ Letter to Herder, July 1772 – L.A. Willoughby: ‘Name ist Schall und Rauch...’? – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson: The Inexpressible and the Un-speakable – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson: Schiller and the Gutenberg Galaxy – L.A. Willoughby: Oscar Wilde and Goethe – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson/L.A. Willoughby: ‘Having and Being’, or Bourgeois versus Nobility – Elizabeth M. Wilkinson/L.A. Willoughby: ‘The Whole Man’ in Schiller’s Theory of Culture and Society.