Reading Schiller’s poetry, as well as his historical, philosophical, and aesthetic works, has precisely the effect on the sensitive reader of which Schiller informed us--to produce in the reader an ennobling power which then continues to exist long after the reading is done.
This is volume IV of the four volume collection of translations. Volume IV includes Schiller Institute English translations of the following:
Some Thoughts on the First Human Society . . .
Philosophy of Physiology
On the Reason We Take Pleasure in Tragic Subjects
On Tragic Art
On the Employment of the Chorus in Tragedy