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By J. P. Vijn

This examine - which settles the outdated query of the date of the incident - demonstrates that the internal fight, the dynamics of that are defined such a lot totally in Sartor, is similar to the Jungian technique of individuation. For the 1st time in serious literature, the elemental rules of Carlyle's philosophy are therefore associated with intensity psychology and proven to be analogous to the elemental options of Analytical Psychology.

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38 JEAN PAUL'S "REDE DES TODTEN CHRISTUS" ment with metaphysics, does not prove anything, but merely explains the thesis that once God is withdrawn, the universe loses all unity and cohesion. From a stylistic point of view, on the other hand, it remains an interesting question whether the "Rede" is perhaps based on an actual dream. The dream carries the title "Rede des todten Christus vom Weltgebäude herab, dass kein Gott sei". 69 Apart from referring to the dream as a whole, therefore, the title appears to refer not so much to Christ's speech in Part One, which deals especially with the non-existence of God, as to his speech in Part Two on the condition of the universe without God.

In Jean Paul, ed. U. Schweikert, Wege der Forschung, 336 (Darmstadt, 1974): 393. 18. Cf. K. Hamburger: 78; M. Kommereil: 79; U. Gauhe: 44; A. Béguin, L'Ame romantique: 180; W. Rehm: 27; H. Wittenberg: 51 19. U. Gauhe, Jean Pauls Traumdichtungen: 44-45. 20 In "Die Errettung aus dem Schiffbruch" (1959), Kurt Wais points out: "Jeder Kenner Pauls weiss, wie sehr der Dichter der Christusrede in einem gottentleerten All von apokalyptischer Untergangsphantasie erfüllt war, und wie er dagegen . . immer wieder aus allem Elend .

6 Most scholars, however, are of the opinion that the "Rede" has been written out of a feeling of anguish and doubt. What lies at the bottom of the "Rede" has thus been described as: "Versuchung durch den Vernicht-Glauben"7 (Rehm), "Versuchung durch den Zweifel"8 (Wittenberg), "die Todesangst und der Zweifel an der Unsterblichkeit"9 (Baratta), "Angst"10 (Sölle-Nipperdey). To Walter Muschg, it is a document of the suffering of our time form the meaninglessness of life: "Dieses Leiden . . 11 For Smeed, it is "the direct result of a spiritual crisis .

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