Tag » Goethe
phan·tom cell, n.
1. A covert or clandestine leaderless group that acts against an institution.
And as experience shows, many have been the conspiracies, but few have been successful; because he who conspires cannot act alone, nor can he take a companion except from those whom he believes to be malcontents, and as soon as you have opened your mind to a malcontent you have given him the material with which to content himself, for by denouncing you he can look for every advantage; so that, seeing the gain from this course to be assured, and seeing the other to be doubtful and full of dangers, he must be a very rare friend, or a thoroughly obstinate enemy of the prince, to keep faith with you. 707 altre parole
Étrange destin d’un texte: Le Neveu de Rameau est l’une des œuvres les plus fascinantes du dix-huitième siècle français, et pourtant elle n’a été lue que bien des années après sa conception en 1761 et son achèvement, vers 1774, lorsque Goethe a publié, en 1805, la traduction allemande d’une copie manuscrite, que Schiller lui avait communiquée. 930 altre parole
In the drama Götz von Berlichingen, Goethe describes a sitting of “Fema” . Fema is a secret sect active in Germany during Seventeenth century. Among the insurgents against the dictatorships or rebels against the authority (e.g. 108 altre parole