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From Romanticism to Critical Theory: The Philosophy of German Literary Theory 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0415127639
ISBN-10: 0415127637
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`Bowie argues brilliantly and persuasively for the continued relevance of the romantic project for contemporary thought...in the past few years I have found few books that display such a sovereignty with regard to the most difficult philosophical and aesthetic issues of the past two centuries.' - Robert Holub, University of California, Berkeley

`Bowie's study is an impressive and thoughtful contribution to an important debate...he provides a rich intellectual context for the understanding of modern and postmodern culture in general and of recent critical theory in particular' - Martin Swales, University College, London

'Bowie manages to tease out insights from the thinkers he discusses with remarkable dexterity,' - Austin Harrington, Radical Philosophy

'Bowie's splendid book ... remains at all times demanding, intelligible and highly readable ... immensely impressive ... the book is certain to be referred to for a long time to come and should be acquired by all university libraries.' - BARS Bulletin and Review

'This is an essential contribution to Romantic studies, and one that should set the terms of the debate for many years to come.' - Romanticism

About the Author

Andrew Bowie is Professor of European Philosophy at Anglia Polytechnic University.

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