Schlegel, Friedrich von (17721829)

Schlegel, Friedrich von, German critic and author, born at Hanover, brother of preceding, joined his brother at Jena, and collaborated with him; became a zealous promoter of all the Romantic movements, and sought relief for his yearnings in the bosom of the Catholic Church; wrote lectures, severally published, on the “Philosophy of History,” of “Literature,” of “Life,” and on “Modern History,” and book on Sanskrit and the philosophy of India (17721829).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Scheffel, Joseph Victor von
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Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph
Schemnitz
Schenkel, David
Scherer, Edmond
Schiller, Friedrich
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von
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Schleicher, August
Schleiermacher, Friedrich Ernest Daniel
Schlemihl, Peter
Schliemann, Heinrich
Schlossner, Friedrich Christoph
Schmalkaldic League
Schnitzer, Eduard
Scholasticism
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