Letter dated 6th Feb, Munich

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Letter dated 6th Feb, Munich

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"We are greatly pleased with your sketches of "German character"; your Oken, your pert Surgeon, your Schelli[n]g &c must surely be pictures from the Life. Becker says Oken and Wilhelmi are true portraits, as I described them from your letter. Above all I am glad to find both that you admire Schelling and know that you do not understand him."

Source

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Taken from letter from TC to John A. Carlyle dated 7th March 1828, written at Edinburgh. Pages 332-339 in this edition. Date of reading experience is estimate based on the date of John A. Carlyle's letter (given in Editor's notes) and date of this letter. Editor's note states that 'In his letter from Munich of 6 Feb. Joh had referred to Karl Joseph Kleinschrod (1797-1866), a lawyer of Wurzburg and Munich; Lorenz Ochenfuss (1779-1851), called 'Oken', German naturalist and philosopher, who foreshadowed theories of the cellular structure of organisms and of the protoplasmic basis of life; and Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling (1775-1854), German philosopher who accepted a professorship at Munich in 1827.

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Letter dated 6th Feb, Munich

Reading experience
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Evidence

"We are greatly pleased with your sketches of "German character"; your Oken, your pert Surgeon, your Schelli[n]g &c must surely be pictures from the Life. Becker says Oken and Wilhelmi are true portraits, as I described them from your letter. Above all I am glad to find both that you admire Schelling and know that you do not understand him."

Source

The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle

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Carlyle, Thomas
Aged 33 [Experience in 1828, born in 1795]

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Taken from letter from TC to John A. Carlyle dated 7th March 1828, written at Edinburgh. Pages 332-339 in this edition. Date of reading experience is estimate based on the date of John A. Carlyle's letter (given in Editor's notes) and date of this letter. Editor's note states that 'In his letter from Munich of 6 Feb. Joh had referred to Karl Joseph Kleinschrod (1797-1866), a lawyer of Wurzburg and Munich; Lorenz Ochenfuss (1779-1851), called 'Oken', German naturalist and philosopher, who foreshadowed theories of the cellular structure of organisms and of the protoplasmic basis of life; and Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling (1775-1854), German philosopher who accepted a professorship at Munich in 1827.

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Accessed on 2020/02/17 08:06:42

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Scotland
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Carlyle, Thomas
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The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle
Related place
Scotland
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