Facts about Friedrich Schleiermacher

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Friedrich Schleiermacher was a famous Theologian from Germany, who lived between November 21, 1768 and February 12, 1834. He/she became 65 years old.

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He/she is born under the zodiac scorpio, who is known for Transient, Self-Willed, Purposeful, Unyielding. Our collection contains 6 quotes who is written / told by Friedrich.

Here is some other popular authors who lived in the same timeframe: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry Ward Beecher, H. C. Andersen, Henry W. Longfellow, Berthold Auerbach, Alexandre Dumas, Samuel Smiles, William Ellery Channing, John Stuart Mill, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Charles Dickens, Thomas Huxley, Napoleon Bonaparte, William Hazlitt, Benjamin Disraeli, Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson, V. Cousin, Alexandre Ledru-Rollin, George Crook, Karl Marx

Famous quotes by Friedrich Schleiermacher (6)


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"The first, that their pretensions to this possession of an art properly so called in their art of speaking are entirely unfounded; and the second, that they are involved in a profound mistake in their confusion of the good with the pleasant"
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"The essence of religion consists in the feeling of an absolute dependence"
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"Now the relation which, in the sphere of nature, being and semblance or sensation bear to one another in this antithesis, is the same as that which in ethics exists between good and pleasure or feeling"
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"No God without a world, and no world without God"
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"For when it is the good that is under consideration, and the ethical object is predominant, truth must be considered more in reference to art than science, if, that is, unity is to be preserved in the work generally"
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"And, moreover, it is art in its most general and comprehensive form that is here discussed, for the dialogue embraces everything connected with it, from its greatest object, the state, to its least, the embellishment of sensuous existence"


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