|Statement||by Alexander Gode-von Aesch.|
|Series||Columbia University Germanic studies, ed. by R. H. Fife. New ser.,, no. 11|
|LC Classifications||PT363.N3 G6 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 302 p.|
|Number of Pages||302|
|LC Control Number||41009648|
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NATURAL SCIENCE IN GERMAN ROMANTICISM 45 usually cited as the primary example of Romantic scientific thinking. However, this almost automatic association bears re-examination. The purpose of this analysis is to describe the complex interactions. This concise book is the edited transcript of lectures delivered by Berlin in the mids. The origin of Romanticism was a major preoccupation of Berlin's in his last years and this set of lectures is a precis of his analysis. This book exhibits many of the best aspects of Berlin's by: natural sciences and medical disciplines, especially in regard to the organism, disease and the relationship between man and nature. Romantic natural scientists and speculative philosophers criticized the science of 3 In regard to the naturalist and physician G.E. Stahl and his relationship with philosophy, see ENGELHARDT VON and GIERER ().File Size: 88KB. In this Very Short Introduction, Michael Ferber explores Romanticism during the period of its incubation, birth, and growth, covering the years roughly from to This is the only introduction to Romanticism that incorporates not only the English but the Continental movements, and not only literature but music, art, religion, and by:
German and European Romantics also found themselves caught up in fundamental cognitive changes brought about by new and increasingly specialized sciences, particularly in the fields of natural. A revelatory look at how the mature work of Caspar David Friedrich engaged with concurrent developments in natural science and philosophy Best known for his atmospheric landscapes featuring contemplative figures silhouetted against night skies and morning mists, Caspar David Friedrich (–) came of age alongside a German Romantic philosophical movement that saw nature as . In these elegant, short essays, revered nature writer Richard Mabey attempts to marry a Romantic's view of the natural world with that of the meticulous observations of the scientist. By Romanticism he refers to the view that nature isn't a machine to be dissected, but a /5. Divided into four sections under the titles 'Romanticism', 'Sciences of the Organic', 'Sciences of the Inorganic', and 'Literature and the Sciences', the book discusses various themes, movements.