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  Schiller Institute and Fidelio Online Home Page
Amelia Boynton Robinson, Vice Chairwoman of the Schiller Institute, turned 96 years of age in August, is a veteran Civil Rights fighter, and even at her age, she is still speaking publicly and organizing for justice,and inspiring people of all ages and nations.
Friedrich Schiller, dubbed the "Poet of Freedom" by Frederick Douglass, was born November 10, 1759 and died May 9, 1805.
Poetry and Agape: Reflections on Schiller and Goethe (1988)
www.schillerinstitute.org   (500 words)

  Schiller, Friedrich von. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The poets of German romanticism were strongly influenced by Schiller, and he ranks as one of the founders of modern German literature, second only to Goethe.
The son of an army captain, Schiller attended the duke of Württemberg’s military academy, the Karlsschule, and was forced by the domineering duke to study medicine.
Schiller’s great dramas are alike in being tragedies or epics with historical and political backgrounds; they exemplify his idealism, high ethical principles, and insistence on freedom and nobility of spirit.
www.bartleby.com /65/sc/SchillrF.html   (641 words)

 Friedrich von Schiller
Schiller's mature plays examine the inward freedom of the soul; his first play The Robbers (1781) was a landmark in German theatrical history and spoke of the ideas of liberty.
Friedrich Schiller was born in Marbach, Württemberg, of Lutheran parents.
Schiller states that aesthetic matters are fundamental for the harmonious development of both society and the individual.
www.kirjasto.sci.fi /schiller.htm   (1544 words)

 Friedrich Schiller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
His absence was discovered and on his return he was sentenced to two weeks in prison and, far worse, forbidden to publish anything but medical treatises.
Although Schiller was the son of an army surgeon he had wished as a child to become a clergyman.
Schiller, apparently at the height of his dramatic power, was at work on a Russian tragedy titled Demetrius, at the time of his death in 1805.
www.theatredatabase.com /18th_century/friedrich_schiller_001.html   (487 words)

Schiller was taller than six feet, with reddish-brown hair and blue eyes; before 1791 he had been robust and vigorous, but after the illness he became thin and bony with hollow cheeks and watery, bloodshot eyes.
Schiller draws a close parallel between play and beauty: both are compounded of the sense-drive and the form-drive, both are disinterested, and both exert the same synthesizing effect on the psyche.
Schiller's mind was bent toward the abstract, the theoretical, and the ideal, whereas Goethe was this -worldly, practical, and realistic-naive in Schiller's sense of the word.
www.worldroots.com /brigitte/schill1.htm   (11318 words)

Schiller was elevated to the ranks of the aristocracy under date of September 7, 1802.
Schiller is known also for taking liberties with history, such as ameliorating characters if the issue was to demonstrate where his sympathies lay and if such maneuvers behooved the drama, to invent characters for the purpose of advancing the plot, or to “bend” history when he deemed such a distortion indicated for stage effect.
Schiller’s principal contribution to aesthetic philosophy[v] is his essay Űber die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen in einer Reihe von Briefen (On the Aesthetic Education of Man, in a Series of Letters) (1795).
www.logosjournal.com /issue_4.2/craig.htm   (2411 words)

 Literary Encyclopedia: Friedrich Schiller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Schiller’s mother, Elisabetha Dorothea Schiller, née Kodweiss (1732-1802), was the daughter of the respected keeper of the inn “Zum goldenen Löwen” in Marbach.
Schiller was called upon to be a student at the Duke’s newly founded military academy at the “Solitude” outside of Stuttgart where his father served as superintendent of the English and French gardens.
Schiller excelled in his studies at the Hohe Karlsschule, a military academy and general high school for the sons of Württemberg’s premier families.
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Don J. Schiller has performed the BCIR for 17 years – continuously without interruption longer than any other ileostomy surgeon in the United States, and he has practiced medicine for nearly 30 years.
Schiller practices “longitudinal care.” Most surgeons deal with “vertical care” – a patient is treated, a diseased organ removed or repaired, and the patient recovers, with no need to see the surgeon again.
Schiller is easily reached and is thorough in all matters.
www.ileostomy-surgery.com /html/about_dr__schiller.html   (523 words)

The Schiller Remixed EP Volume 1 is the first in a series of Schiller EPs.
Zeitgeist, the debut album from Schiller, is a novel combination of pop and dance - well suited for dancing or for chilling out.
Aside from Schiller, Christopher and Mirko have also produced hits by acts such as fellow labelmates SM Trax (Got The Groove), Soulforce and Tank, all of which were major pop hits in Europe.
www.radikal.com /schiller.htm   (897 words)

 Schiller& by Roger Kimball   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Schiller’s portrayal of blighted passion and an individual’s doomed struggle with recalcitrant authority encapsulated the explosive, antinomian mood of the moment.
Schiller notes that “extreme stupidity and extreme intelligence have a certain affinity with each other, that both seek only the real and are wholly insensible to mere appearance.” The serious things in life call for our commitment and intervention; beauty calls us to play.
Schiller was everywhere at pains to stress the limits as well as the advantages of the aesthetic.
www.newcriterion.com /archive/19/mar01/kimball.htm   (4434 words)

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Germany was not yet unified, but Wilhelm Raabe referred to Schiller as the "leader and saviour" of the nation to come.
Anticipating this, Schiller proclaimed: "The Muse her gentle harp now lays down here." But it is the oral element in our culture, the public readings by poets and lyricists, that should give Schiller his chance.
This Schiller was appropriated by Marxism and, in a twisted way, also by fascism (one recalls Adorno’s alarming marginal note on the "embracing millions" jubilantly singing "Ode to Joy" (An die Freude) — a single word: "Hitler"!).
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 SCHILLER'S LIQUOR BAR   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Schiller's Liquor Bar is a low life bar and restaurant at 131 Rivington Street.
The menu is inexpensive and includes rotisserie chicken with roast potatoes, pork chops with onions, lamb curry, steak and french fries, grilled swordfish with mint and tomato and various pastas and sandwiches.
Schiller's Liquor Bar is open Monday through Friday for lunch, dinner and supper (see Hours of Operation for specifics).
www.schillersny.com /home.html   (105 words)

 Learn About the Schiller Institute- Join Today and Receive FIDELIO Magazine
The Schiller Institute is working around the world to defend the rights of all humanity to progress --material, moral and intellectual.
The Schiller Institute is also established in Australia, Canada, Russia, Denmark, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, Sweden, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, and has a growing influence in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Helga Zepp LaRouche, the founder of the Schiller Institute internationally, is also Chairman of its Board of Directors in the United States.
www.schillerinstitute.org /about/about.html   (450 words)

 Schiller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Schiller are Christopher von Deylen & Mirko von Schlieffen, a German duo producing uplifting meledolic trance.
Schiller return with their follow up single to 'Ruhe', taking the haunting tune from the opera Madam Butterfly and producing an ambient-dance concept track which features all the familiar sounds of 'Ruhe' (even a German spoken sample is used in the same fashion as 'Ruhe', this time though its a female voice).
This is a bit of a lame duck from Schiller, with the Glockenspiel melody sounding a little ameteurish.
www.global-trance.co.uk /Schiller.html   (612 words)

Soothing new age melodies combine with ethnic instrumentation, exotic vocals and futuristic synthesizers as you embark on a journey that puts your mind and soul at ease.
Schiller is the brainchild of Christopher Von Deylen, an electronic/new age artist from Berlin, Germany.
He, along with an array of talented vocalists and musicians, have created an exotic blend of world and new age music with hints of fine European trance to delight and dazzle the senses.
www.myspace.com /schillermusic   (1009 words)

 Friedrich von Schiller   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Johann Christoph Friedrich Schiller was born on the 10th of November, 1759, in Marbach.
On the 7th of September, 1788, Schiller first met Goethe, although they became friends some three years later.
Schiller, who is ecspecially well known for his dramas, died on the 9th of May, 1805.
www.mscd.edu /~mdl/gerresources/men/schiller.htm   (280 words)

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