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The unknown distance : from consciousness to conscience, Goethe to Camus / Edward Engelberg.


Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1972.
ISBN 9780674929654, 0674929659

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Subjects Bewusstsein.
Conscience (Morale) dans la litteĢrature.
Conscience dans la litteĢrature.
Conscience.
Consciousness.
Gewissen (Motiv)
Gewissen.
Literatur.
Self-knowledge in literature.
Description xviii, 288 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1972.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Conscience and consciousness: dualism or unity? -- The price of consciousness: Goethe's Faust and Byron's Manfred -- The risks of consciousness: Goethe's Werther and Wordsworth's Prelude -- Some versions of consciousness and egotism: Hegel, Dostoevsky's underground man, and Peer Gynt -- Consciousness and will: Poe and Mann -- The tyranny of conscience: Arnold, James, and Conrad's Lord Jim -- Towards a genealogy of the modern problem: Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Freud -- A case of conscience: Kafka's The trial, Hesse's Steppenwolf, and Camus's The fall.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)417864
(OCoLC)ocm00417864
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WorldCat Identities Engelberg, Edward, 1929-
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