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Thus the lack (Mangel) of classical art brings about its dissolution and “demands a transition to a higher form, the third, namely the romantic” (13:111, 79). So: the dissolution of classical art would be the one end of art, and provide one way to read Hegel’s famous dictum: “art, considered in its highest vocation (ihrer höchsten Bestimmung), is and remains for us a thing of the past (ein Vergangenes)” (13:25, 11). Now romantic art too has to dissolve; it too has its dissolution inscribed, as it were, within its essence.
Materiality here no longer ﬁgures the symbolic embodiment of the idea; rather, it will permit no symbolization that is not also an embodiment of its very materiality. Romanticism and the Invention of Literature 27 Not only does Schelling’s system have difﬁculty ﬁtting the materiality of works of art into his system, therefore, but the materiality of language can never be reduced to the system. Since this philosophy of art is always also the symbol of philosophy itself, the symbolization that should provide the fulﬁllment of Idealism will have to come to terms with its inability to overcome this irreducible materiality in a work of art.
Simply as a point of reference, however, a more recent translation of this fragment drops the word following: “The entire history of modern poesy is a running commentary on the short text of philosophy: all art should become science and all science should become art; poesy and philosophy should be united,” in Theory as Practice: A Critical Anthology of Early German Romantic Writing, eds. , hereafter cited as TA (Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 1997), 319. 6. Carol Jacobs, Uncontainable Romanticism: Shelley, Brontë, Kleist (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989), 192.