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8 The task, however, was not achieved by any member of the Romantic school, but was subsequently accomplished by Hegel. Tieck brought philosophy and art together in his novels, plays and short stories. He was adept at constructing in his works different levels of meaning. He did this in various genres, but most successfully in his collection of folk-tales (Volksmdrchen). 9 The structure of Tieck's works, moreover, using different levels of reality, resembled the configuration of both Fichte's and Schelling's philosophical systems.

1057/9780230374218 - Karl Marx and the Intellectual Origins of Dialectical Materialism, James D. com - licensed to University of Newcastle, Australia - PalgraveConnect - 2014-12-31 40 The Romantic Heritage 41 A stream flows in a straight line as long as it meets no resistance. Where there is resistance an eddy appears. Each original Product of Nature, each organisation, acts like such an eddy. For example, the eddy is not static, but constantly changeable - but in each instant reproduces itself anew.

Although Fichte had termed his 'Self an Intellectual Intuition, by regarding it as the highest point of Abstraction, he had given it the attribute of a Concept. But for Schelling it was the act of Abstraction giving rise to Concepts which produced the unreliable common consciousness. In Schelling's view the Absolute was an Intuition whose form and content coincided perfectly. It was one with no determinations or restrictions, therefore absolutely free and in a constant state of motion and flux.

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