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Tag Archives: Carl Friedrich Lessing
Dionysus. . . is the genuine mask god. ──Walter F. Otto In the case of Dionysus, the mask disguises him as much as it proclaims his identity. －－Jean-Pierre Vernant The mask is a symbol both of the ‘pure presence’ of … Continue reading
The main claim is that the Romantics turned the agenda of the Enlightenment on its head with a vengeance; it was crisis in an age of reason, the somewhat logical and not unexpected reaction to a scientific age. It was … Continue reading