- Title Pages
- 1 What Is Early German Romantic Philosophy?
- 2 Romanticism and Idealism
- 3 History, Succession, and German Romanticism
- 4 Romanticism and Language
- 5 Hermeneutics, Individuality, and Tradition
- 6 Sociability and the Conduct of Philosophy
- 7 “Doch Sehnend Stehst/Am Ufer Du” (“But Longing You Stand on the Shore”)
- 8 On the Defense of Literary Value
- 9 “No Poetry, No Reality”
- 10 The Simplicity of the Sublime
- 11 The New Mythology
- 12 Mathematics, Computation, Language, and Poetry
- 13 Friedrich Schlegel’s Romantic Calculus
- 14 The “Mathematical” <i>Wissenschaftslehre</i>
- 15 Irritable Figures
- 16 Romantic Empiricism after the “End of Nature”
- Texts by Authors from the Romantic Era
- Other Texts and Secondary Literature
- The Relevance of Romanticism
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