In this, one of his chief philosophical writings, Schiller attempts to develop Kant's theory of art to the conclusion that 'Beauty' and 'Play' together constitute the ethical ideal. In a series of letters Schiller wrote to his benefactor Friedrich Christian, Duke of Scbleswig Holstein-Augustenburg, he expresses his convictions and concerns on matters both aesthetic and ethical. This is a particularly: acclaimed translation of Schiller's prose, which successfully captures his characteristically poetic style.
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September 09, 2004
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