Schiller

[ UK /ʃˈɪlɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈʃɪɫɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. German romantic writer (1759-1805)
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  • A result of the more serious view of life was the new realism that strove to present life truthfully, stripped of the conventional phraseological idealism that had been the vogue since Schiller. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • Schiller: the aesthetic, in other words, is insistent from the beginning. Introduction: 'The Power is There': Romanticism as Aesthetic Insistence
  • The newspaper asked a number of actors and directors why plays by Friedrich Schiller were no longer performed in German theatres.
  • I’ve been in attendance to over a dozen Steve Jobs and Phil schiller keynotes. every time they release a drastic change to any product it’s typical for Apple to say that. Apple On iPhone Competitors: They’re Still Catching Up To The First iPhone
  • Schiller's reading of Kant, along the aesthetic, epistemological, and political lines of singularity and nonclassicality. Thinking Singularity with Immanuel Kant and Paul de Man: Aesthetics, Epistemology, History and Politics
  • Göschen took the _Thalia_ (dropping the 'Rhenish'), Schiller paid his more pressing debts, and early in April was on his way to Leipzig, panting for the new friends as the hart panteth after the water-brooks. The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller
  • But after all, what are Schiller, Goethe, or Shakespeare comparedto the heroes of the newer German poetic art? Mein Kampf
  • … China bashers: outta be complaining about some draconian laws in Canada, before offering advice to foreign...… nice one schiller: maybe instead of trying to make it sound like China was oppressing you, you poor victim, you can... Thestar.com - Home Page
  • That should have been Schiller's and Liley's cue to skedaddle. NPR fundraisers ignored unmistakable red flags
  • Schiller inherited Kant's philosophical thought of anthropologic ontology that took free will as the core and established his moralistic view of tragedy.
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