Monday, July 25, 2011

Famous People From Germany

Germany is famous for its accusations of March is a pocket watch the world's first in the world, so that cars such as Volkswagen, Porsche, Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW, the first engine jet engine, motorcycle engine diesel and petrol, classical music such as Brahms, Beethoven, Bach, Strauss, Wagner and Schumann, to philosophers like Nietzsche, Hegel, Kant, Marx, Leibniz, Heidegger, to other famous people like Albert Einstein, Marlene Dietrich, Bertolt Brecht, Boris Becker, Erich Maria Remarque, Konrad Zuse, Levi Strauss and Rudolf Diesel. .. And, of course, one of the best known of all German and world history - Adolf Hitler's.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe : As the greatest German poet, Goethe lived between 1749 and 1832. His works are in science, humanism, theology, literature, theater, poetry, and, of course. However, "Faust," his two-part dramatic poem, considered his magnum opus, which according to Jung, alchemy is a comedy from start to finish. Faust, Goethe began composing at the age of 23 years, finishing second part shortly before his death in 1832. Goethe, like the character in his poem, Fausto Gregory, was very interested in alchemy. He was also responsible for the development of the conventional theory of light and color that seemed abstract artists such as Mondrian and Kandinsky. Discoveries in animal and plant life with Darwin.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Ludwig van Beethoven : Was a virtuoso pianist and a great composer who was born in 1770 and died in 1827. Beethoven was an influential figure in the transition period between the Classical and Romantic periods in Western classical music. To date, the name of Beethoven is acknowledged as one of the most influential and famous in the world.
Ludwig van Beethoven Arthur Schopenhauer: A great German philosopher Schopenhauer pessimism was born in 1788 and died in 1860, and had a great influence on the mind of man, literature and philosophy of that time. In his works he has written in simple language, which was quite unusual for the subject of philosophy, he mulled over the tragedy and concerns about real life, rather than puzzles empyrean brainstormed about other philosophers. Schopenhauer was the first thinker of European origin, who studied the teachings of India, the Upanishads and Buddhism, which had a profound influence on his mind, with the works of Plato and Kant.

In his best-known work of 1819, "The world as will and idea" where the "will" has been characterized as a force that was not rational, leading the futility of the struggle for existence . In other words, man would still be dissatisfied despite meeting all the requirements, as disappointment is the last of all, ultimately culminating in death. He said the reality is not a reflection of God, but Will.

Arthur Schopenhauer

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was born in 1844 and died in 1900, Nietzsche, Kierkegaard, is known for being the precursor of the philosophy of existentialism, which is essentially a rejection abstractions, focusing instead on the reality of certain factors, such as freedom of the person, subjectivity, choice and course of life. He attended the University of Bonn and Leipzig where he studied the classics and received his Ph.D. in 1869 from the University this year. Before officially received the doctorate, the University of Basel, he was offered the chair of classical philology, as it was considered a brilliant student and had already published some philological articles.

In "The Birth of Tragedy," Nietzsche's first book, presented the basics of art and theory of Greek tragedy, which had a profound impact on philology and literary theory. It is in this work he presented his famous distinction between the Dionysian aspect of human nature, which is the passion and the Apollonian aspect, which is rational, represented by the Greek gods Dionysus and Apollo.

According to Nietzsche's thesis, points out that Christianity poses ends of the afterlife that makes it less able to cope with the followers of the earthly life. Thesis is that Nietzsche's "superman", or the ideal person, would have the ability to channel his passion / for its creativity and restraint. Some of the other works of Nietzsche, "Thus Spake Zarathustra", "good and evil", and "Human, All Too Human," and the "gay science."

Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

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