Goethian


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Adj.1.Goethian - of or relating to or in the manner of Goethe
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The first meaning is an emergent global literature, which Anders Pettersson describes as "the Goethian sense" ("Transcultural" 469).
Kahn's analysis of the poem is linked to the wider discussion about the rare occurrence of dialogic poems in Pushkin's oeuvre and highlights some Goethian overtones in the poem.
40) Now if this sounds too formal or neo-Kantian--"morphological"--it also sounds very much like the Goethian concept of symbol (and nature) that had so attracted others, like Benjamin or Gadamer and doubtless even Heidegger himself.