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Новалис

Дата рождения: 2. Май 1772
Дата смерти: 25. Март 1801
Другие имена: Новалис (Фридрих фон Харденберг), Novalis Friedrich Leopold von Hardenberg

Нова́лис (нем. Novalis, псевдоним, настоящее имя — Фри́дрих фон Га́рденберг Georg Friedrich Philipp Freiherr von Hardenberg) — немецкий писатель, поэт, мистик. Один из представителей немецкого романтизма.

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„Ваша так называемая религия действует как опий: она завлекает и приглушает боли вместо того, чтобы придать силы.“

—  Новалис

Ihre sogenannte Religion wirkt bloß wie ein Opiat: reizend, betäubend, Schmerzen aus Schwäche stillend.
«Цветочная пыльца», 1798
Источник: Novalis. Blüthenstaub http://www.lyrik.ch/lyrik/spur3/novalis/novalis3.htm. Erstdruck in: Athenäum 1, Berlin 1798, S. 70-106 / sh. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe Bd. 2 (Новалис «Цветочная пыльца», 1798).

„The seat of the soul is where the inner world and the outer world meet.“

—  Novalis, книга Blüthenstaub

Blüthenstaub (1798), Unsequenced
Контексте: The seat of the soul is where the inner world and the outer world meet. Where they overlap, it is in every point of the overlap.

„Poetry heals the wounds inflicted by reason.“

—  Novalis

As quoted in Quote, Unquote‎ (1989) by Jonathan Williams, p. 136

„The waking man looks without fear at this offspring of his lawless Imagination; for he knows that they are but vain Spectres of his weakness.“

—  Novalis

Pupils at Sais (1799)
Контексте: The waking man looks without fear at this offspring of his lawless Imagination; for he knows that they are but vain Spectres of his weakness. He feels himself lord of the world: his me hovers victorious over the Abyss; and will through Eternities hover aloft above that endless Vicissitude. Harmony is what his spirit strives to promulgate, to extend. He will even to infinitude grow more and more harmonious with himself and with his Creation; and at every step behold the all-efficiency of a high moral Order in the Universe, and what is purest of his Me come forth into brighter and brighter clearness. This significance of the World is Reason; for her sake is the World here; and when it is grown to be the arena of a childlike, expanding Reason, it will one day become the divine Image of her Activity, the scene of a genuine Church. Till then let man honour Nature as the Emblem of his own Spirit; the Emblem ennobling itself, along with him, to unlimited degrees. Let him, therefore, who would arrive at knowledge of Nature, train his moral sense, let him act and conceive in accordance with the noble Essence of his Soul; and as if of herself Nature will become open to him. Moral Action is that great and only Experiment, in which all riddles of the most manifold appearances explain themselves. Whoso understands it, and in rigid sequence of Thought can lay it open, is forever master of Nature.

„It is the maximum of the savage; and has, in these times, gained, precisely among the greatest weaklings, very many proselytes. By this ideal, man becomes a Beast-Spirit, a Mixture; whose brutal wit has, for weaklings, a brutal power of attraction.“

—  Novalis

Контексте: The ideal of Morality has no more dangerous rival than the ideal of highest Strength, of most powerful life; which also has been named (very falsely as it was there meant) the ideal of poetic greatness. It is the maximum of the savage; and has, in these times, gained, precisely among the greatest weaklings, very many proselytes. By this ideal, man becomes a Beast-Spirit, a Mixture; whose brutal wit has, for weaklings, a brutal power of attraction.

„There is, properly speaking, no Misfortune in the world.“

—  Novalis

Контексте: There is, properly speaking, no Misfortune in the world. Happiness and Misfortune stand in continual balance. Every Misfortune is, as it were, the obstruction of a stream, which, after overcoming this obstruction, but bursts through with the greater force.

„Moral Action is that great and only Experiment, in which all riddles of the most manifold appearances explain themselves.“

—  Novalis

Pupils at Sais (1799)
Контексте: The waking man looks without fear at this offspring of his lawless Imagination; for he knows that they are but vain Spectres of his weakness. He feels himself lord of the world: his me hovers victorious over the Abyss; and will through Eternities hover aloft above that endless Vicissitude. Harmony is what his spirit strives to promulgate, to extend. He will even to infinitude grow more and more harmonious with himself and with his Creation; and at every step behold the all-efficiency of a high moral Order in the Universe, and what is purest of his Me come forth into brighter and brighter clearness. This significance of the World is Reason; for her sake is the World here; and when it is grown to be the arena of a childlike, expanding Reason, it will one day become the divine Image of her Activity, the scene of a genuine Church. Till then let man honour Nature as the Emblem of his own Spirit; the Emblem ennobling itself, along with him, to unlimited degrees. Let him, therefore, who would arrive at knowledge of Nature, train his moral sense, let him act and conceive in accordance with the noble Essence of his Soul; and as if of herself Nature will become open to him. Moral Action is that great and only Experiment, in which all riddles of the most manifold appearances explain themselves. Whoso understands it, and in rigid sequence of Thought can lay it open, is forever master of Nature.

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