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Introduction: "What Is Early German Romanticism?"
Lecture 1. On Early German Romanticism as an Essentially Skeptical Movement: The Reinhold-Fichte Connection
Lecture 2. On the Historical Origins of Novalis' Critique of Fichte
Lecture 3. On the Unknowability of the Absolute: Historical Background and Romantic Reactions
Lecture 4. On the Search for the Unconditioned: From Jacobi's 'Feeling' to Schelling and Holderlin's 'Intellectual Intuition'
Lecture 5. On Holderlin's Disagreement with Schelling's Ich-Schrift
Lecture 6. On Holderlin's Critique of Fichte
Lecture 7. On Isaac von Sinclair
Lecture 8. On Jakob Zwilling's Uber das Alles
Lecture 9. On Novalis' Pivotal Role in Early German Romanticism
Lecture 10. On Friedrich Schlegel's Place in the Jena Constellation
Lecture 11. On the Origins of Schlegel's Talk of a Wechselerweis and His Move Away from a Philosophy of First Principles
Lecture 12. On Schlegel's Role in the Genesis of Early German Romantic Theory of Art