Germany, a Companion to German Studies

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Er wandle so den Erdentag entlang;
Wenn Geister spuken, geh' er seinen Gang,
Im Weiterschreiten find' er Qual und Glück,
Er, unbefriedigt jeden Augenblick!

( Faust II, 11441-11452)

That is the final word of Goethe the Existential philosopher to the German mind.


BIBLIOGRAPHY TO CHAPTER XI

Titles of books and editions already given above are not (with one exception) mentioned again.

Ziegenfuss, Werner, and Jung, Gertrud. Philosophen-Lexikon. Handwörterbuch der Philosophie nach Personen. 2 vols. Berlin, 1949 and 1950

Kirchner, Friedrich. Wörterbuch der philosophischen Grundbegriffe. Neubearbeitung by Michaelis, Carl. Philosophische Bibliothek, vol. 67. Leipzig, 5th ed., 1907, repeated editions

Thormeyer, Paul. Philosophisches Wörterbuch. Leipzig, 4th ed., 1930

Überweg, Friedrich, and Heinze, Max. Grundriss der Geschichte der Philosophie. Berlin, 10th ed., 1909 seq., repeated editions. 5 vols. Basel, 1952

Deter, Christian Johann, and Frischeiscn-Köhler, Max. Abriss der Geschichte der Philosophie. Berlin, 1923

Rogers, Arthur Kenyon. A Student's History of Philosophy. New York and London, 1920

Heine, Heinrich. Geschichte der Religion und Philosophie in Deutschland. Edited with comments and introduction by C. P. Magill. London, 1949

Wechssler, Eduard. Esprit und Geist. Leipzig, 1927

Majut, Hans. Das Ewig-Griechische. Eine Seelenschau. Augsburg, 1946

Clark, James M. The Great German Mystics. Eckehart, Tauler and Suso. Oxford, 1949

Cassirer, Ernst. Freiheit und Form. Studien zur deutschen Geistesgeschichte. Berlin, 1916

Strich, Fritz. Klassik und Romantik oder Vollendung und Unendlichkeit. Berne, 4th ed., 1949

Riehl, Alois. Zur Einfuhrung in die Philosophie der Gegenwart. Leipzig and Berlin, 6th ed., 1921

Hübscher, Arthur. Philosophie der Gegentvart. Munich, 1949

Ruggiero, Guido de. Existentialism. Edited and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall. London, 1946

Mounier, Emmanuel. Existential Philosophy, an Introduction. Translated by Eric Blow . London, 1948

Wilkinson, Elizabeth. Johann Elias Schlegel. A German Pioneer in Æsthetics. Oxford, 1945

Meumann, E. Einführung in die Ästhetik der Gegenwart. Leipzig, 1908; 4th ed., 1930

Odebrecht, Rudolf. Ästhetik der Gegenwart. Berlin, 1932

Jodl, Friedrich. Geschichte der Ethik in der neueren Philosophie. 2 vols. Stuttgart, 3rd ed., 1923

Walzel, Oskar. Deutsche Romantik. 2 vols. Leipzig, 1918

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