152 Review Articles / Research in Phenomenology 39 (2009) 135–163 “Th e secret that is the work of art”: Heidegger’s Lectures on Schiller 1 Martin Heidegger. Übungen für Anfänger: Schillers Briefe über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen . Edited by Ulrich von Bülow. Marbach am Neckar: Deutsche Schillergesselschaft, 2005. 206 pp. Die Kunst , o Mensch, hast du allein. Friedrich Schiller. Die Künstler It was the winter semester of 1936–1937 and only two years after Heidegger’s resignation as Rektor of the University of Freiburg. It was, therefore, only two years after he decided for the ﬁ rst time—in a gesture that should be considered a decisive turn in his thought—to include the question of art as a central con- cern in his lectures. Heidegger’s lectures on Schiller are the result of a great deal of work on art: his ﬁ rst lecture course on Hölderlin (1934–35 winter semester); An Introduction to Metaphysics (1935 summer semester); the ﬁ nal 1936 Frankfurt lecture, Th e Origin of the Work of Art ; and his ﬁ rst course on Nietzsche, Th e Will to Power as Art (parallel to the Schiller lectures: 1936–37) . Such is the path that must be
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