This essay outlines the evolution of Hölderlin’s reflection on man from the Tübingen years to the first Homburg period. In particular, the author connects the overcoming of the Kantian dualism and the Jena reflection on the concept of Trieb with the critique of a too unilateral version of Aufklärung, which characterizes the plan of the novel and the subsequent considerations on the Bildungstrieb: a strong attention to the wholeness of the human nature goes always together with the re-thinking of the cultural trust of the Enlightenment movement.

La concezione antropologica di Friedrich Hölderlin: Gegenaufklärung im Namen des ganzen Menschen

MACOR L
2006

Abstract

This essay outlines the evolution of Hölderlin’s reflection on man from the Tübingen years to the first Homburg period. In particular, the author connects the overcoming of the Kantian dualism and the Jena reflection on the concept of Trieb with the critique of a too unilateral version of Aufklärung, which characterizes the plan of the novel and the subsequent considerations on the Bildungstrieb: a strong attention to the wholeness of the human nature goes always together with the re-thinking of the cultural trust of the Enlightenment movement.
Hölderlin, anthropology, Trieb, Bildungstrieb, Aufklärung
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