The aim of this essay is to find out the source of two important terms Hölderlin used in the novel 'Hyperion' and in the 'Frankfurter Plan'. These two terms are 'Betrüger' and 'Proselytenmacherei'. The essay tries to illustrate the importance of Forster’s 'Über Proselytenmacherei' and the mediating-role of Samuel Thomas Sömmerring, a close friend to the Gontard family. The essay offers a new contribution about Hölderlin’s political and philosophical development and about the lectures of the time he spent in Frankfurt.

‘Betrüger’ und ‚Proselytenmacherei’: die Despotimusgefahr in der Wahrheitssuche als Problem im Werk Friedrich Hölderlins

MACOR L
2006

Abstract

The aim of this essay is to find out the source of two important terms Hölderlin used in the novel 'Hyperion' and in the 'Frankfurter Plan'. These two terms are 'Betrüger' and 'Proselytenmacherei'. The essay tries to illustrate the importance of Forster’s 'Über Proselytenmacherei' and the mediating-role of Samuel Thomas Sömmerring, a close friend to the Gontard family. The essay offers a new contribution about Hölderlin’s political and philosophical development and about the lectures of the time he spent in Frankfurt.
Friedrich Hölderlin, Georg Forster, Samuel Thomas Sömmerring, Hyperion, Frankfurter Plan
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