Friedrich von Schiller



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>>Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (November 10, 1759 – May 9, 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, historian, and dramatist. During the last few years of his life (1788–1805), Schiller struck up a productive, if complicated, friendship with already famous and influential Johann Wolfgang Goethe, with whom he greatly discussed issues concerning aesthetics, encouraging Goethe to finish works he left merely as sketches; this thereby gave way to a period now referred to as Weimar Classicism. They also worked together on Die Xenien (The Xenies), a collection of short but harshly satiric poems in which both Schiller and Goethe verbally attacked those persons they perceived to be enemies of their aesthetic agenda.

Biography

Schiller was born in Marbach, Württemberg (located at the river Neckar in southwest Germany, north of Stuttgart, the region of Swabia), as the only son, besides ten sisters, of military doctor Johann Kaspar Schiller (1733-1796), and Elisabeth Dorothea Kodweiß (1732-1802). On 22 February 1790, he married Charlotte von Lengefeld (1766-1826). Four children were born between 1793 and 1804, the sons Karl and Ernst, and the daughters Luise and Emilie. The grandchild of Emilie, Baron Alexander of Gleichen-Rußwurm, died in 1947 at Baden-Baden, Germany, as the last living descendant of Schiller.
His father was away in the Seven Years' War when Friedrich was born. He was named after Frederick II of Prussia (Friedrich is German for Frederick), the king of the country his father was fighting, Prussia, but he was called Fritz by nearly everyone. Caspar Schiller was rarely home at the time, which was hard on the mother, but he did manage to visit the family once in a while and the mother and the children also visited him where he happened to be stationed at the time occasionally.  In 1763, the war ended. Schiller's father became a recruiting officer and was stationed in Schwäbisch Gmünd. The family moved with him, of course; but since the cost of living especially the rent soon turned out to be too expensive, the family moved to nearby Lorch, which was at the time still a fairly small village.
Although the family was happy in Lorch, the father found his work unsatisfying. He did, however, take young Friedrich with him occasionally. In Lorch Schiller received his primary education, but the schoolmaster was lazy, so the quality of the lessons was fairly bad; therefore, Friedrich regularly cut class with his older sister.  Because his parents wanted Schiller to become a pastor himself, they had the pastor of the village instruct the boy in Latin and Greek. The man was a good teacher, which led Schiller to name the cleric in Die Räuber after Pastor Moser. Schiller was excited by the idea of becoming a clericalist and often put on black robes and pretended to preach.
In 1766, the family left Lorch for the Duke's residence town, Ludwigsburg. Schiller's father had not been paid for three years and the family had been living on their savings, but could no longer afford to do so. So Kaspar Schiller had himself relocated to the garrison in Ludwigsburg. The move was not easy for Friedrich, since Lorch had been a warm and comforting home throughout his childhood.
He came to the attention of Karl Eugen, Duke of Württemberg. He entered the Karlsschule Stuttgart (an elite, extremely strict, military academy founded by Duke Karl Eugen), in 1773, where he eventually studied medicine. During most of his short life, he suffered from illnesses that he tried to cure himself.

While at the Karlsschule, Schiller read Rousseau and Goethe and discussed Classical ideals with his classmates. At school, he wrote his first play, Die Räuber (The Robbers), which dramatizes the conflict between two aristocratic brothers: the elder, Karl Moor, leads a group of rebellious students into the Bohemian forest where they become Robin Hood-like bandits, while Franz Moor, the younger brother schemes to inherit his father's considerable estate. The play's critique of social corruption and its affirmation of proto-revolutionary republican ideals astounded the original audience, and made Schiller an overnight sensation. Later, Schiller would be made an honorary member of the French Republic because of this play.
In 1780, he obtained a post as regimental doctor in Stuttgart, a job he disliked.
Following the remarkable performance of Die Räuber in Mannheim, in 1781, he was arrested and forbidden by Karl Eugen himself from publishing any further works. He fled Stuttgart, in 1783, coming via Leipzig and Dresden to Weimar, in 1787. In 1789, he was appointed professor of History and Philosophy in Jena, where he wrote only historical works. He returned to Weimar, in 1799, where Goethe convinced him to return to playwriting. He and Goethe founded the Weimar Theater which became the leading theater in Germany, leading to a dramatic renaissance. He remained in Weimar, Saxe-Weimar until his death at 45 from tuberculosis.
The coffin containing Schiller's skeleton is in Weimarer Fürstengruft (Weimar's Ducal Vault), the burial place of Houses of Grand Dukes (großherzoglichen Hauses) of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach in the Historical Cemetery of Weimar. On 3 May 2008 it was announced that the DNA tests have shown that the skull of this skeleton is not Schiller's. The similarity between this skull and the extant death-mask as well as portraits of Schiller had led many experts to believe that the skull were Schiller's.

Freemasonry
Some Freemasons speculate that Schiller was a Freemason, but this has not been proven.
In 1787, in his tenth letter about Don Carlos Schiller wrote:
“I am neither Illuminati nor Mason, but if the fraternization has a moral purpose in common with one another, and if this purpose for the human society is the most important, ...”
In a letter from 1829, two Freemasons from Rudolstadt complain about the dissolving of their Lodge Günther zum stehenden Löwen that was honoured by the initiation of Schiller. According to Schiller's great-grandson Alexander von Gleichen-Rußwurm, Schiller was brought to the Lodge by Wilhelm Heinrich Karl von Gleichen-Rußwurm, but no membership document exists.

 Writing

Philosophical papers

Schiller wrote many philosophical papers on ethics and aesthetics. He synthesized the thought of Immanuel Kant with the thought of Karl Leonhard Reinhold. He developed the concept of the Schöne Seele (beautiful soul), a human being whose emotions have been educated by his reason, so that Pflicht und Neigung (duty and inclination) are no longer in conflict with one another; thus "beauty," for Schiller, is not merely a sensual experience, but a moral one as well: the Good is the Beautiful. His philosophical work was also particularly concerned with the question of human freedom, a preoccupation which also guided his historical researches, such as the Thirty Years War and The Revolt of the Netherlands, and then found its way as well into his dramas (the "Wallenstein" trilogy concerns the Thirty Years War, while "Don Carlos" addresses the revolt of the Netherlands against Spain.) Schiller wrote two important essays on the question of the Sublime (das Erhabene), entitled "Vom Erhabenen" and "Über das Erhabene"; these essays address one aspect of human freedom as the ability to defy one's animal instincts, such as the drive for self-preservation, as in the case of someone who willingly dies for a beautiful idea.

The dramas
Schiller is considered by most Germans to be Germany's most important classical playwright. Critics like F.J. Lamport and Eric Auerbach have noted his innovative use of dramatic structure and his creation of new forms, such as the melodrama and the bourgeois tragedy. What follows is a brief, chronological description of the plays.
The Robbers (Die Räuber): The language of The Robbers is highly emotional and the depiction of physical violence in the play marks it as a quintessential work of Germany's Romantic 'Storm and Stress' movement. The Robbers is considered by critics like Peter Brooks to be the first European melodrama. The play pits two brothers against each other in alternating scenes, as one quests for money and power, while the other attempts to create a revolutionary anarchy in the Bohemian Forest. The play strongly criticises the hypocrisies of class and religion and the economic inequities of German society; it also conducts a complicated inquiry into the nature of evil.
Fiesco (Die Verschwörung des Fiesco zu Genua):
Intrigue and Love (Kabale und Liebe): The aristocratic Ferdinand von Walter wishes to marry Luisa Miller, the bourgeois daughter of the city's music instructor. Court politics involving the duke's beautiful but conniving mistress, Lady Milford and Ferdinand's ruthless father create a disastrous situation reminiscent of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Schiller develops his criticisms of absolutism and bourgeois hypocrisy in this bourgeois tragedy. Act 2, Scene 2 is an anti-British parody that depicts a bloody firing-squad massacre, in which young Germans who refused to join the Hessian Army to quash the American Revolutionary Army are fired upon. Giuseppe Verdi's opera Luisa Miller is based on this play.
Don Carlos: This play marks Schiller's entrée into historical drama. Very loosely based on the events surrounding the real Don Carlos of Spain, Schiller's Don Carlos is another republican figure--he attempts to free Flanders from the despotic grip of his father, King Phillip. The Marquis Posa's famous speech to the king proclaims Schiller's belief in personal freedom and democracy.
The Wallenstein Trilogy: These plays follow the fortunes of the treacherous commander Albrecht von Wallenstein during the Thirty Years' War.
Mary Stuart (Maria Stuart): This "revisionist" history of the Scottish queen who was Elizabeth I's rival makes of Mary Stuart a tragic heroine, misunderstood, and used by ruthless politicians, including and especially, Elizabeth herself.
The Maid of Orleans (Die Jungfrau von Orleans):
The Bride of Messina (Die Braut von Messina):
William Tell (Wilhelm Tell):
Demetrius (unfinished):

The Aesthetic Letters

A pivotal work by Schiller was On the Aesthetic Education of Man in a series of Letters, (Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen in einer Reihe von Briefen) which was inspired by the great disenchantment Schiller felt about the French Revolution, its degeneration into violence and the failure of successive governments to put its ideals into practice. Schiller wrote that "a great moment has found a little people," and wrote the Letters as a philosophical inquiry into what had gone wrong, and how to prevent such tragedies in the future. In the Letters he asserts that it is possible to elevate the moral character of a people, by first touching their souls with beauty, an idea that is also found in his poem Die Künstler (The Artists): "Only through Beauty's morning-gate, dost thou penetrate the land of knowledge."
On the philosophical side, Letters put forth the notion of der sinnliche Trieb / Sinnestrieb ("the sensuous drive") and Formtrieb ("the formal drive"). In a comment to Immanuel Kant's philosophy, Schiller transcends the dualism between Form and Sinn, with the notion of Spieltrieb ("the play drive") derived from, as are a number of other terms, Kant's The Critique of the Faculty of Judgment. The conflict between man's material, sensuous nature, and his capacity for reason (Formtrieb being the drive to impose conceptual and moral order on the world), Schiller resolves with the happy union of Form and Sinn, the "play drive," which for him is synonymous with artistic beauty, or "living form." On the basis of Spieltrieb, Schiller sketches in Letters a future ideal state (an eutopia), where everyone will be content, and everything will be beautiful, thanks to the free play of Spieltrieb. Schiller's focus on the dialectical interplay between Form and Sinn has inspired a wide range of succeeding aesthetic philosophical theory.

Ennoblement
For his achievements, Schiller was ennobled, in 1802, by the Duke of Weimar. His name changed from Johann Christoph Friedrich Schiller to Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller.

 Quotations
"Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain." — (Talbot in Maid of Orleans)
"The voice of the majority is no proof of justice." (Sapieha, in: Demetrius)
"Deeper meaning resides in the fairy tales told to me in my childhood than in any truth that is taught in life."
"Eine Grenze hat die Tyrannenmacht", which literally means "A tyrant's power has a limit" - — Wilhelm Tell
"It is not flesh and blood but the heart which makes us fathers and sons."
"All men will be brothers" (included in the chorus of Beethoven's ninth symphony)

Musical settings of Schiller's poems and stage plays
Ludwig van Beethoven said that a great poem is more difficult to set to music than a merely good one because the composer must improve upon the poem. In that regard, he said that Schiller's poems were greater than those of Goethe, and perhaps that is why there are relatively few famous musical settings of Schiller's poems. Two notable exceptions are Beethoven's setting of An die Freude (Ode to Joy) in the final movement of the Ninth Symphony), and the choral setting of Nänie by Johannes Brahms. In addition, several poems were set by Franz Schubert in lieder, mostly for voice and piano.
Also, Giuseppe Verdi admired Schiller greatly and adapted several of his stage plays for his operas: I masnadieri is based on Die Räuber; Giovanna d'Arco, on Die Jungfrau von Orleans; Luisa Miller, on Kabale und Liebe; Don Carlos on the play of the same title. Donizetti's Maria Stuarda is based on Maria Stuart, and Rossini's Guillaume Tell is an adaptation of Wilhelm Tell.

Works

 Plays
Die Räuber (The Robbers), 1781
Kabale und Liebe (Intrigue and Love),[13] 1784
Don Karlos, Infant von Spanien (Don Carlos),[15] 1787
Wallenstein,[16] 1800
Die Jungfrau von Orleans (The Maid of Orleans), 1801
Maria Stuart (Mary Stuart),[17] 1801
Turandot, 1802
Die Braut von Messina (The Bride of Messina), 1803
Wilhelm Tell (William Tell), 1804
Demetrius (unfinished at his death)

 Histories
Geschichte des Abfalls der vereinigten Niederlande von der spanischen Regierung or The Revolt of the Netherlands
Geschichte des dreissigjährigen Kriegs or A History of the Thirty Years' War
Über Völkerwanderung, Kreuzzüge und Mittelalter or On the Barbarian Invasions, Crusaders and Middle Ages

 Translations
Euripides, Iphigenia in Aulis
William Shakespeare, Macbeth
Jean Racine, Phèdre

 Prose
Der Geisterseher or The Ghost-Seer (unfinished novel) (started in 1786 and published periodically. Published as book in 1789)
Über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen in einer Reihe von Briefen (On the Aesthetic Education of Man in a series of Letters), 1794

 Poems
An die Freude or Ode to Joy[13](1785) became the basis for the fourth movement of Beethoven's ninth symphony
The Artists
The Hostage which Schubert set to music
The Cranes of Ibykus
Song of the Bell
Columbus
Hope
Pegasus in Harness
The Glove
Nänie which Brahms set to music
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VON SCHILLER, Friedrich
DoB: 10/11/1759 Time: 22:30 (+0:37 LMT) GMT Time: 21:53:04  by Astrodienst
Location: 9E14 48N56 Marbach Am Neckar-BW- (D)
Category: Writer
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Mercury = 21 Sc 32

RN43     = 21 Pi 06 r       Trine

MW12    = 21 Aq 56       Square
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Eris        =  20 Sa 45

Mercury =  21 Sc 32      Semisextile

Neptune =  19 Le 45      Trine

RN43      =  21 Pi 06 r      Square

MW12     =  21 Aq 56      Sextile
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TL66      =   29 Sc 49
AW197   =     0 Sa 45
Amycus  =   28 Sc 33

Venus    =   29 Li 25 r      Semisextile
Deucalion = 29 Sa 58

SA278    =   15 Cp 18      Semisquare

Midheav  =  29 Ar 18        Quincunx
Node       =   28 Ge 18
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AW197    =   0 Sa 45
TL66      =  29 Sc 49

Mars       =    1 Vi 59        Square
96PW     =    2 Vi 11

Quaoar  =    1 Aq 07       Sextile
Echeclus =   2 Li 01

SA278    =  15 Cp 18      Semisquare
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Chaos    =  3 Vi 41
Mars       =  1 Vi 59
Okyrhoe  =  2 Pi 23

XR190    =  2 Sa 38        Square
GV9        =   3 Sa 14
TX300     =  3 Ge 46 r

Chiron     =  3 Aq 53       Quincunx
OP32      =  3 Ar 18 r
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VS2        =  27 Ta 46 r     

Uranus  =  27 Pi 30 r    Sextile
VQ94      =  26 Pi 24 r

RZ214    =  26 Vi 58       Trine

PB112    =  27 Li 21       Quincunx
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OO67      =  25 Li 15
RD215    =  24 Li 50

Pluto      =  23 Sa 45      Sextile
Orcus     =  24 Le 34    
Varuna   =  25 Le 35

Ixion       =    8 Sa 51     Semisquare

Crantor   =  23 Cp 47     Square
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Astrological Setting (Sidereal - Fagan/Bradley)

RIYAL  Sat November 10 1759  UT 21h53m04s  Lat48n56  Lon9e14   SORT ALL     
      Planet       Longit.

      CO1      =  0Pi06 r   
      Mercury  =  0Sc09               
      Apogee   =  0Li12 r                              
      MW12     =  0Aq34     
      Logos    =  1Sc02      
      QF6      =  2Vi04      
      Pluto    =  2Sa22      
      Crantor  =  2Cp24      
      Orcus    =  3Le11    
      RD215    =  3Li27      
      OO67     =  3Li52     
      Varuna   =  4Le13     
      VQ94     =  5Pi02 r   
      RG33     =  5Vi24     
      RZ214    =  5Vi36     
      GZ32     =  5Ca50 r  
      PB112    =  5Li58     
      Uranus   =  6Pi07 r   
      VS2      =  6Ta23 r   
      PJ30     =  6Ge42 r   
      Node     =  6Ge55                               
      UJ438    =  6Cp59    
      Amycus   =  7Sc10     
      Ceto     =  7Aq34 r   
      Midheav  =  7Ar55                             
      Venus    =  8Li02 r   
      TL66     =  8Sc26     
      SQ73     =  8Sc29     
      Deucalion=  8Sa35     
      BL41     =  9Vi18      
      AW197    =  9Sc22    
      Quaoar   =  9Cp44      
      WL7      =  9Vi46      
      Mars     = 10Le36    
      Echeclus = 10Vi38     
      96PW     = 10Le48     
      Huya     = 10Li56     
      Okyrhoe  = 11Aq00       
      XR190    = 11Sc15     
      RL43     = 11Pi49 r      
      GV9      = 11Sc51      
      OP32     = 11Pi55 r   
      Chaos    = 12Le18   
      TX300    = 12Ta23 r   
      Chiron   = 12Cp30     
      CE10     = 12Sc55     
      Vertex   = 13Sa18                                                         
      DH5      = 13Aq38 r    
      WN188    = 13Aq58 r   
      Radamantu= 14Vi18      
      LE31     = 14Ta24 r   
      RR43     = 14Ge30 r  
      HB57     = 14Ta41 r   
      PA44     = 14Ge58 r    
      KF77     = 15Cp01      
      PN34     = 15Ca05 r    
      Hylonome = 15Sc09     
      Pylenor  = 15Le25      
      RM43     = 15Sc57     
      Asbolus  = 16Le01     
      CO104    = 16Ca12      
      XA255    = 16Pi14 r  
      TD10     = 16Vi31      
      RP120    = 16Li34        
      FZ173    = 16Ar57 r   
      GQ21     = 17Ar15 r    
      YQ179    = 17Aq15 r  
      Ixion    = 17Sc28      
      Pelion   = 17Ta50 r     
      Cyllarus = 18Ca06 r   
      Saturn   = 18Aq08 r  
      Moon     = 18Ca21      
      CZ118    = 18Ta22 r  
      UX25     = 19Ta26 r  
      FP185    = 19Ar40 r   
      TY364    = 20Pi06 r    
      RZ215    = 20Le41      
      TO66     = 20Ar53 r     
      GB32     = 21Ta10 r   
      GM137    = 21Aq16 r   
      Sedna    = 21Aq20 r     
      Elatus   = 21Li47          
      Thereus  = 21Ge59 r     
      CC22     = 22Aq17 r         
      Pholus   = 22Sa44     
      FY9      = 22Li49     
      Ascend   = 23Ca13                       
      SB60     = 23Pi15 r    
      CF119    = 23Aq15 r   
      SA278    = 23Sa55     
      XZ255    = 24Le02         
      QB243    = 24Ca03     
      OM67     = 24Le35     
      VU2      = 24Cp37    
      FZ53     = 24Ca38     
      Bienor   = 24Ca39          
      Nessus   = 24Sa39     
      CR105    = 25Cp20      
      OX3      = 25Li24      
      UR163    = 25Ge25 r    
      Typhon   = 25Ta27 r         
      BU48     = 25Cp27        
      QB1      = 25Ta35 r    
      CY118    = 25Pi49 r   
      EL61     = 25Li58    
      Chariklo = 26Li41     
      Sun      = 26Li52     
      MS4      = 27Sa01     
      Jupiter  = 27Sa04               
      XX143    = 27Ta13 r       
      Teharonhi= 27Pi26 r  
      QD112    = 28Pi05 r  
      AZ84     = 28Ge21 r   
      Neptune  = 28Ca22                
      TC302    = 28Li44     
      KX14     = 28Li46      
      VR130    = 28Cp51    
      DA62     = 28Pi54 r    
      Eris     = 29Sc22     
      RN43     = 29Aq43 r
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Focused Minor Planets   


EL61     =  25 Li 58  
Sun       =  26 Li 52
OX3      =  25 Li 24
Chariklo = 26 Li 41

Jupiter  =  27 Sa 04      Sextile
MS4      =   27 Sa 01
Nessus  =  24 Sa 39

CY118   =  25 Pi 49 r      Quincunx
QB1       =  25 Ta 35 r  
Typhon   =  25 Ta 27 r

CR105  =  25 Cp 20       Square
BU48     =  25 Cp 27

UR163   =  25 Ge 25 r    Trine
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Ixion     =  17 Sc 28
Pelion   =  17 Ta 50 r
CZ118   = 18 Ta 22 r
UX25     = 19 Ta 26 r

Moon   = 18 Ca 21       Trine
Cyllarus = 18 Ca 06 r

Saturn  = 18 Aq 08 r     Square

OO67    =    3 Li 52        Semisquare

GQ21    =  17 Ar 15 r     Quincunx
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Logos     =   1 Sc 02
Mercury =  0 Sc 09

RN43      =  29 Aq 43 r   Trine

MW12     =   0 Aq 34      Square
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Eris       =    29 Sc 22

Mercury =   0 Sc 09      Semisextile

Neptune  = 28 Ca 22    Trine

RN43     =    29 Aq 43 r   Square

MW12    =      0 Aq 34     Sextile
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TL66        =    8 Sc 26
AW197     =    9 Sc 22
Amycus    =    7 Sc 10

Venus      =    8 Li 02 r    Semisextile
Deucalion =    8 Sa 35

SA278      =  23 Sa 55    Semisquare

Midheav    =   7 Ar 55      Quincunx
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AW197    =     9 Sc 22
TL66        =    8 Sc 26

Mars        =  10 Le 36      Square
96PW      =  10 Le 48

Quaoar   =    9 Cp 44     Sextile
Echeclus =  10 Vi 38

SA278     =  23 Sa 55     Semisquare
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Chaos    =   12 Le 18
Mars       =   10 Le 36
Okyrhoe  =   11 Aq 00
XR190    =   11 Sc 15      Square
GV9        =    11 Sc 51
TX300     =   12 Ta 23 r
Chiron     =   12 Cp 30     Quincunx
OP32      =    11 Pi 55 r
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VS2        =   6 Ta 23 r      Sextile
Uranus  =   6 Pi 07 r
VQ94      =   5 Pi 02 r   

RZ214    =   5 Vi 36        Trine     

PB112    =   5 Li 58        Quincunx
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OO67     =     3 Li 52
RD215   =     3 Li 27

Pluto      =     2 Sa 22     Sextile
Orcus     =     3 Le 11   
Varuna   =     4 Le 13

Ixion       =   17 Sc 28    Semisquare

Crantor   =     2 Cp 24    Square
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Tentatively, additional keywords for 2003 EL61:

- Embodiment of Willpower
- Breakthroughs
- Aesthetician
- Passionate belief in the humanizing and social function of Art
- Profound Idealism
- The pleasure of tragedy as the poignant mixed feeling at the necessary      sacrifice of something intensely valuable
- Freedom as the highest principle
- In adversity, the harmony of mind and body replaced by the freedom of mind from body: the ‘sublime’ quality of dignity
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Posted to Centaurs (YahooGroups) on June 15, 2008

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