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Nineteenth Century Philosophy

Friedrich Schelling

How were Friedrich Schelling’s views of culture aesthetic?

Schelling believed that history is a drama that will be resolved when the Absolute discloses itself. God is an artist, the universe his artwork. The main value of religion lies not in its morality, but in its beauty.



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