Gespräche mit Goethe (E–pub Download) ë Johann Peter Eckermann


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  • Gespräche mit Goethe
  • Johann Peter Eckermann
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  • 05 March 2020
  • 9783618680505

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    Johann Peter Eckermann ä 2 Review Gespräche mit Goethe (E–pub Download) ë Johann Peter Eckermann Goethe hated spectacles so much that he went out of his way not to speak to bespectacled people Also you know Harold Bloom's theory of the anxiety of influence? What about Thomas Kuhn's theory of the structure of scientific revolutions? Yep Goethe came up with both of those and they're right here in this book

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    Free download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Johann Peter Eckermann Johann Peter Eckermann ä 2 Review Free read Gespräche mit Goethe Goethe was one of the most famous and greatest writers who ever lived and this incredible book is an insight into his life and thoughts at an

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    Gespräche mit Goethe (E–pub Download) ë Johann Peter Eckermann I am possibly in agreement with Nietzsche that this is the greatest book ever published in the German language I say this for a number of reasons1 German is the language of the Bildungsroman and how could there be any better Bildung than one conducted by Goethe himself?2 On the flip side of this euation Eckermann’s worsh

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    Gespräche mit Goethe (E–pub Download) ë Johann Peter Eckermann This is the book Nietzsche called the best book in the German language the Conversations with Goethe of Eckermann three books that Eckermann compiled from notes and diaries detailing their almost daily discussions during the last few years of Goethe's life For me the first two books out of three are too direct

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    Gespräche mit Goethe (E–pub Download) ë Johann Peter Eckermann To begin after 79 pages I held a conference with myself and elected not to finish Conversations of Goethe And after sleeping on my decision nothing changedJohann Wolfgang von Goethe poet dramatist novelist translator scientist and musician is recognized as the last universal genius of the West and I looked very much forward to getting to know him via being in his presence as uips about the book promised This

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Gespräche mit Goethe

Free download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Johann Peter Eckermann Free read ☆ Gespräche mit Goethe Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Nbildung ein »Ich hatte zuvor noch einmal« schrieb ein Zeitzeuge »in das stille unentstellte Antlitz geblickt auf welchem Goethes Flammenaugen so oft geruht hatten« Lange Zeit hat man in Eckermann ausschließlich das reine Medium seines Meisters gesehen und dessen Äußerungen in den »Gesprächen« als authentisch zitiert Aber. Goethe hated spectacles so much that he went out of his way not to speak to bespectacled people Also you know Harold Bloom s theory of the anxiety of influence What about Thomas Kuhn s theory of the structure of scientific revolutions Yep Goethe came up with both of those and they re right here in this book

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Free download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Johann Peter Eckermann Free read ☆ Gespräche mit Goethe Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Eckermanns »Gespräche mit Goethe« sind ein Werk von fast unabsehbarer Wirkung eminent wichtig für das Verständnis von Goethes Werk und Persönlichkeit ein Monument seines Nachruhms In gewisser Weise gelten sie als eigenes Werk unseres größten Dichters Schon als Eckermann völlig verarmt im Jahre 1854 starb setzte die Legende. It s hard to say what s so great about Goethe One could list all the arts and sciences that he contributed to but looking honestly at those contributions none seems to have really remained of fruitful interest to our time at least not here in the US Perhaps the way his influence is currently most felt here is through Waldorf schools which are based on Rudolph Steiner s theories which were elaborations of Goethe s But while Waldorf schools seem to do a great job of helping kids turn into good human beings one can t say they re a major cultural force Faust I rarely see references to it selling one s soul to the devil in exchange for pleasure isn t of much concern to a culture that tends to confound pleasure with nearness to God Goethe himself believed that his theories about color would be of most lasting value to the world but these theories seem to be simply irrelevant nowadays though curiously not disproved And yet Goethe was a great man This will be as clear as a vast and cloudless sky to anyone who reads the conversations that he had with and that were diligently recorded by his protege and friend Johann Eckermann The first sign of Goethe s greatness is his enormous capacity to love and attentively notice the works and people whom he perceives as excellent Goethe pays homage to writers Schiller Lord Byron Voltaire many others visual artists most of whom aren t well known now statesmen the local Duke whom he loved and served and bafflingly but especially Napoleon and scientists Humboldt others Goethe is sharp in rebuking anyone who suggests that he is or that anyone but a thoroughly crazy and defective artist could be free from influences ie a self made man Goethe strongly asserts that every act is the result of many influences and the finer the act the finer the art the richly and deeply was it influenced The finest act the finest art is indeed hardly attributable to the person who did made it at all but rather becomes an expression of something superhuman which he calls the daemonic spirit This is all discussed with enormous playfulness geniality and modesty the second third and fourth signs of Goethe s greatness Also there are lots of contradictions here in Goethe s thinking which he is aware of but doesn t seem to mind terribly sign of greatness 5 The sixth sign of Goethe s greatness is his belief in what must be called for lack of a precise word magic It seems that Goethe didn t commit to any particular religion nor did he make up one of his own yet he certainly wasn t a materialist I think he didn t see a reason to codify or even to discuss at any length what for him was a living experience He simply took pleasure in his sense of the divine in nature and rejoiced in others ability to do so too Thankfully this divine in nature never becomes overwrought or forced but always feels uite simple and even somewhat peculiar as it should given the differences between the land from which he arose and that of most readers The seventh sign of Goethe s greatness is that he could become hilariously surly when discussing his detractors but he preferred and usually attained serenity I especially enjoyed his comments when asked why he didn t help defend Germany during the Napoleonic wars This is clearly a sour subject for Goethe but he doesn t try to weasel out of it He says that he did than enough for his country by writing great poems and that further a great poet like himself is a citizen of the world so can bear no enmity toward other nations especially a nation as cultured as France This surely unpopular explanation for his pacifism is actually scoffed at in an editorial footnote in my edition of Conversations and might still be controversial today Also relevant to today are Goethe s criteria for judging art though we would apply to movies his thoughts about theater and to pop music his thoughts about poetry Goethe again with many contradictions loved what was excellent genuine and uplifting He was the first to distinguish classical and romantic art I call the classic healthy and the romantic sickly Most modern productions are romantic not because they are new but because they are weak morbid and sickly And the antiue is classic not because it is old but because it is strong fresh joyous and healthy But later Classic and romanticare eually good the only point is to use these forms with judgment and to be capable of excellence you can be absurd in both and then one is as worthless as the other Eighth sign of greatness developed this fascinating trope but was unenslaved by it So there are my eight signs of Goethe s greatness I m sure a perceptive reader could add to the list Conversations with Goethe is worth the occasional minor eye glaze caused by many references to people most of us won t have heard of It s a lively encounter with a great man in the last year of his long deep life Perhaps his views will see a resurgence in popularity someday That would not be a bad thing for any of us

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Free download ò PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä Johann Peter Eckermann Free read ☆ Gespräche mit Goethe Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Sie sind mehr spiegeln auch und nicht zuletzt den Kampf dieses »Mediums« um ein eigenständiges Werk Die Ausgabe bietet den vollständigen Text nach den Erstausgaben und wertet Eckermanns Vorarbeiten Fassungen Fragmente und Pläne Tagebücher und Korrespondenzen aus Alle Texte werden durch einen umfangreichen Kommentar erschloss. This is the book Nietzsche called the best book in the German language the Conversations with Goethe of Eckermann three books that Eckermann compiled from notes and diaries detailing their almost daily discussions during the last few years of Goethe s life For me the first two books out of three are too direct too fawning Eckermann was clearly loving Goethe and some of that feeling is reciprocated Goethe complains about how some contemporary writer is bad in this or that way then Eckermann comes up with an example of how Goethe did that thing much better in one of his plays and then both vehemently agree for a page or twoYou have to see it this way a young self taught guy from a poor background who has never finished any schooling or higher degree who yearns for a career in the arts meets a famous man at the end of his life a man whose time in the mainstream is over who is maybe yearning for some attention from the younger German generations The third book is much better written a few years after Goethe s death there s distance between Eckermann and Goethe which leads to a cooler description of what was going on The first two books spend so much time on Eckermann and Goethe agreeing that I m surprised there s no slash fiction out thereSome notes Goethe s theory of color keeps on appearing over and over again tl dr light doesn t consist of all colors but colors appear when darkness and light mix Goethe was very angry that the crowning achievement of his life was being ignored by the mainstream There are some fun implications for philosophy of science and general crank ism in there A good theory doesn t explain phenomena it predicts them when Goethe s theory s predictions failed he explained these failures away by saying that the eye is subjective it wants to see what it sees Only a few pages later he complains about how no one wants to let go of Newton s theory of color but he couldn t do that with his own theory Goethe Kunstwerk des Lebens states that Goethe was gifted a prism which would have dispelled his theory but there s not a word about it here The other scientific research for example into the metamorphosis of plants worked out better his methods and concepts like homology vs analogy are still in use It s interesting how often Lord Byron appears nowadays probably known as the father of Ada Lovelace one of the pioneers of computing Goethe was immensely impressed with Byron and he discusses Byron s successes and failures over and over again the most discussed artist here Schiller appears often too for obvious reasons I was easily lost in discussions between Eckermann and Goethe about their contemporary literature much of which has been forgotten have you ever read anything by August Hagen Or August von Kotzebue Friedrich August Wolf Johann Gottfried Herder St Sch tze and many similar ones Me neither You get a making of of Faust 2 which Goethe finished with Eckermann s help in the last few years of his life including some insights into what Goethe thought about certain elements of the play there s no specific symbolism behind the names of the characters Baucis and Philemon just that their situation is vaguely similar to the characters in Ovid s writing or how much Goethe owed to the Greeks he kept on returning to Greek drama his entire life It s also interesting how extremely confident Goethe was Sometimes that worked out immensely in his favor you can t just write that many poems plays novels and publish in several sciences without believing in what you re doing In other times it didn t help it doesn t look like he could admit errors theory of colors again I wish I could be this much into my own work lots and lots of interesting thoughts on arts and on his work the role of Germany too much to fit in here Goethe spent his whole life trying to perfect his life his outlook and his personality this gave me the first insight into why he s such a revered personality in Germany and why Nietzsche loved him so much Goethe was someone who never stopped improving himself Goethe s personal philosophy of life and religion still has a lot to offerAnyway once you get past all the fawning there are some extremely interesting thoughts and concept to be found here and I really got to understand why Goethe is still such a towering figure in German culture