Bibliographic Entry: Burke1887
Burke, Edmund. A PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRY INTO THE ORIGIN OF OUR IDEAS OF THE SUBLIME AND BEAUTIFUL. In: The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke. Bd. 1. 12 Bde. London: John C. Nimmo, 1887, S. 67–262.

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120 Die erhabenste Tragödie im Theater vs. die reale Hinrichtung eines großen Staatsverbrechers je realer (weniger fiktiv) die Trägödie erscheint, desto stärker die Wirkung des Erhabenen (niemals aber erreicht die nachahmende Kunst in der Wirkung die Sache, die sie darstellt)

Section XV. OF THE EFFECTS OF TRAGEDY.

It is thus in real calamities. In imitated distresses the only difference is the pleasure resulting from the effects of imitation; for it is never so perfect, b

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