The ‘Goethe Yearbook’ is a publication of the Goethe Society of North America, publishing original English-language contributions to the understanding of Goethe and other authors of the ‘Goethezeit’, while also welcoming contributions from scholars around the world. Volume 18 features a special section on Goethe and Idealism, edited by Elizabeth Millán and John H. Smith and including essays on Goethe and Spinoza; Goethe's notions of intuition and intuitive judgment; Novalis, Goethe, and Romantic science; Goethe and Humboldt's presentation of nature; Hegel's ‘Faust’; Goethe contra Hegel on the end of art; Goethean morphology and Hegelian science; and Goethe and philosophies of religion. There are also essays on fraternity in Goethe, Margarete-Ariadne as Faust's labyrinth, Schiller's ‘Geisterseher’, and Martin Walser's Goethe novel ‘Ein liebender Mann’, and a review essay on recent books on money and materiality in German culture heads the book review section. Contributors: Frederick Amrine, Brady Bowen, Jeffrey Champlin, Adrian Del Caro, Stefani Engelstein, Luke Fischer, Gail Hart, Gunnar Hindrichs, Jens Kruse, Horst Lange, Elizabeth Millán, Dalia Nassar, John H. Smith. Daniel Purdy is Associate Professor of German at Pennsylvania State University. Book review editor Catriona MacLeod is Associate Professor of German at the University of Pennsylvania.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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