By Friedrich Schiller ; translated with a introduction by Reginald Snell.
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Again, the influence of Montesquieu is obvious; the picture of primitive, aesthetically unawakened, man is pure Rousseau; and it is clear that he has read his Baumgarten, his Mendelssohn, his Burke and his Hume with profit. The influence of Lessing is strong, and that of Winckelmann still stronger—indeed, Schiller’s Hellenism is Winckelmann-Hellenism all through, and he looks upon the ancients with the ardent gaze of that eccentric genius. Winckelmann’s astonishingly influential book, The History of Antique Art, whose publication was so nicely timed by the Zeitgeist to have the maximum effect upon a world that wanted just that book—it came neither a decade too early nor a decade too late—had appeared when Schiller was six years old.
This natural State (as we may call every political body whose organization is ultimately based on force and not on laws) is now indeed opposed to the moral man, for whom mere conformity to law is now to serve as law; but it is still quite adequate for the physical man, who gives himself laws only in order to come to terms with force. But the physical man is actual, and the moral man only problematical. Therefore when Reason abolishes the natural State, as she inevitably must do if she wishes to put her own in its place, she weighs the physical and actual man against the problematical moral man, she ventures the very existence of society for a merely possible (even if morally necessary) ideal of society.
Meaning the Kantian system] before the time at which it was recognized by technical philosophy’. ’ It is one of the most remarkable testimonies ever made by a professional philosopher to an amateur. THE THEME OF THE LETTERS The whole burden of the argument in these Letters is, in a single sentence, that Man must pass through the aesthetic condition, from the merely physical, in order to reach the rational or moral. The aesthetic condition itself has no significance—all it does is to restore Man to himself, so that he can make of himself what he wills.
On the aesthetic education of man by Friedrich Schiller ; translated with a introduction by Reginald Snell.