Steffens remarks of Brentano that he is the only one of the Romanticists who seems to be thoroughly aware that he has no aim.
Mr. Steffens came to the subject with a first-hand knowledge of politics.
A worthy professor at the University of Breslau, named Steffens, had long been meditating on some means of helping his country.
Steffens, Prof., summons German students into the ranks, iii.
If he puts all kinds of graft on the same level, he'll make the fatal mistake that Steffens made and spoil his book.
Did Mr. Steffens's printing of the news about Philadelphia do any harm to the inhabitants of that town?
Coming from a man who had seen as much of actual politics as Mr. Steffens, it puzzled me a great deal.
The first half of the work is "Naturphilosophie," much as Steffens understood it.
Steffens little imagined at the time that he was destined to become a German professor.
Oehlenschlger was awakened by Steffens and strongly influenced in the early years of the century by Tieck.