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The Schlegel brothers became followers of the development of Aristotle’s aesthetic thought in the comedy genre. Rethinking ancient concepts and introducing elements of the realities of their time, they create a new aesthetic phenomenon in the framework of the Jena romantic school. And although the ideas of Aristotle with regard to tragedy and comedy were taken as the basis of a new romantic art, yet, the Jena people tried to build a fundamentally new, going against the classical theory, the concept of beauty.
comedy theory; tragedy theory; Jena school; German romanticism; the Weimar classicism
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