The Disinherited Mind

The Disinherited Mind

It was only when the malady came which , in Nietzsche's diagnosis , originated in the death of God , that human minds applied themselves to the huge task of designing a historical future in terms of paradise regained : this would come ...

Author: Erich Heller

Publisher: Putnam Aeronautical Books

ISBN: UVA:X000356646

Category: German literature

Page: 392

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Categories: German literature

Natural Space in Literature

Natural Space in Literature

Goethe and the Idea of Scientific Truth " , which must be studied with Heller's concluding remarks on " The Hazard of Modern Poetry " , both in The Disinherited Mind ( New York : Meridian Books , 1959 ) . Cf. also The Artist's Journey ...

Author: Tom Henighan

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 0919614442

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 300

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Natural Space In Literature: Imagination and Environment in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Fiction and Poetry
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Romantic Legacy of Paradise Lost

The Romantic Legacy of Paradise Lost

Eric Heller , The Disinherited Mind : essays in modern German literature and thought ( Cambridge , 1952 ) , p . 165 . Heller , The Disinherited Mind , p . 165 . Heller , The Disinherited Mind , p . 165 .

Author: Jonathon Shears

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 0754662535

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 240

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The Romantic Legacy of Paradise Lost offers a new critical insight into the relationship between Milton and the Romantic poets. Shears devotes a chapter to each of the six major Romantics, contextualizing their 'misreadings' of Milton's Paradise Lost within a range of historical, aesthetic, and theoretical contexts. Shears argues that the Romantic inclination towards fragmentation and a polysemous aesthetic leads to disrupted readings of Paradise Lost that obscure the theme, or warp the 'grain', of the poem.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Speaking to Our Condition

Speaking to Our Condition

See Erich Heller , The Disinherited Mind ( London : Bowes and Bowes , 1952 ) , 281 . 12. A comprehensive " Kantian " examination of this idea can be found in Stephan Körner , Categorial Frameworks ( Oxford : Blackwell , 1974 ) .

Author: Anthony Winterbourne

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press

ISBN: 0838638473

Category: Music

Page: 143

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"As well as offering new insights into the way in which Wagner's intellectual debts are reflected in the ethical superstructure of the Ring, the author suggests a provocative connection between the intervention of Siegfried into the action, and a neglected corner of late nineteenth-century post-Kantian romantic-messianic thought."--BOOK JACKET.
Categories: Music

Richard Wright

Richard Wright

Discovery of the Mind ( Snell ) , 147 Discovery of the Orgone , The ( Reich ) , 133 “ Discrimination in America ” ( Wright ) , 113 Disinherited , The ( Conroy ) , 5 , 31 , 32 , 90 Disinherited , The ( Del Castillo ) , 36 , 39 , 85 , 89 ...

Author: Michel Fabre

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 1617032212

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Page: 320

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African American Environmental Thought

African American Environmental Thought

( New York : Macmillan , 1939 ) , 45–109 ; Worster , Nature's Economy , 17–18 ; Erich Heller , The Disinherited Mind ( Philadelphia : Dufur and Saifer , 1952 ) , 5-17 . 34. Le Conte , Evolution , 8 , 28 , 3 . 35.

Author: Kimberly K. Smith

Publisher: American Political Thought (Un

ISBN: UOM:39015069356387

Category: Nature

Page: 257

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Examines the works of Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. Du Bois, and several other canonical figures, to uncover a rich and vital tradition of black environmental thought from the abolition movement through the Harlem Renaissance. Provides the first careful linkage of the early conservation movement to black history, the first detailed description of black agrarianism, and the first analysis of scientific racism as an environmental theory.
Categories: Nature

Cervantes Don Quixote

Cervantes  Don Quixote

Erich Heller , in The Disinherited Mind ( 1952 ) , has written of the Western European mind's loss , since the Renaissance , of a ' sacramental sense of the unity of the spiritual and natural spheres . Emancipated from its theocentric ...

Author: Anthony J. Close

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521313457

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 152

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Anthony Close's study places Don Quixote in the context of Cervantes' life and literary career, and in the book's cultural and social background. It focuses primarily on the central problems of Cervantine comedy, the use of burlesque, the presentation of characters through dialogue, the narrator's viewpoint, the virtuoso play with registers, and the complex and elusive irony. Using detailed analysis of individual passages, Dr Close shows how the moral themes of the novel are distilled in its humour, and in the characters of Don Quixote and Sancho. He also gives particular attention to the impact of this landmark text on the development of the European novel.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Art and Spiritual Transformation

Art and Spiritual Transformation

See also the chapter “Goethe and and the Idea of Scientific Truth” in Erich Heller's The Disinherited Mind. 2 Quoted in Floyd W. Matson, The Broken Image, 17. 3 H. W. Jansen, History of Art, 357. 4 Immanuel Kant, Foundations of the ...

Author: Finley Eversole

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781594779251

Category: Art

Page: 400

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The primal role of art in awakening and liberating the soul of humanity • Presents a seven-stage journey of transformation moving from the darkened soul to the light of spiritual illumination • Provides a meditation practice to experience the spiritual energy embedded within art • Includes artists Alex Grey, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Walter Gaudnek, and others Art and Spiritual Transformation presents a seven-stage journey from the darkened soul to the light of spiritual illumination that is possible through the world of art. Finley Eversole introduces a meditation practice that moves beyond the visual content of an art form in order to connect with its embedded spiritual energy, allowing the viewer to tap in to the deeper consciousness inherent in the artwork and awaken dormant powers in the depths of the viewer’s soul. Examining modern and postmodern artwork from 1945 onward, Eversole reveals the influences of ancient Egypt, India, China, and alchemy on this art. He draws extensively on philosophy, myth and symbolism, literature, and metaphysics to explain the seven stages of spiritual death and rebirth of the soul possible through art: the experience of self-loss, the journey into the underworld, the experience of the dark night of the soul, the conflict with and triumph over evil, the awakening of new life in the depths of being, and the return and reintegration of consciousness on a higher plane of being, resulting finally in ecstasy, transfiguration, illumination, and liberation. To illustrate these stages, Eversole includes works by abstract expressionists Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko and modern visionary artists Alex Grey and Ernst Fuchs, among others, to reveal the powerful and liberating forces art contributes to the transformation and evolution of human consciousness.
Categories: Art

Richard Wagner Parsifal

Richard Wagner  Parsifal

5 E. Heller , The Disinherited Mind , p . 62 . 6 R. Wagner , My Life , p . 662 . 7 König Ludwig II und Richard Wagner Briefwechsel , ed . O. Strobel ( Karlsruhe , 1936-9 ) vol . I , p . 82 . 8 Ibid . vol . III , pp . 21-2 .

Author: Lucy Beckett

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521296625

Category: Music

Page: 180

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A comprehensive account of Wagner's last, and strangest opera.
Categories: Music

Signs for the Times

Signs for the Times

2 Eric Heller, The Disinherited Mind: Essays in Modern German Literature and Thought (Cambridge, 1952; new edn with additional material, London, 1975), p. 268. William Blake,. aAnnotations. to Reynolds« Discourses« (c.

Author: Chris Brooks

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317247760

Category: History

Page: 226

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First published in 1984. Signs for the Times explores imaginative and creative relationships between three major areas of mid-Victorian arts: literature, painting and architecture. Through the detailed critical analysis of particular novels, prose writings, paintings and buildings, Chris Brooks establishes a fusion of realistic and symbolic values that he sees as central to the Victorian creative imagination. He argues that the creative achievement of the mid-nineteenth century needs to be seen far more as a whole than it has previously, and that fundamental imaginative terms are common to art and architecture, to major theoretical writers such as Carlyle, Ruskin and Rugin as well as to the central literary figure of Dickens. All those interested in literature, art, or architecture will welcome this interpretation of symbolic realism within the mid-Victorian world.
Categories: History