Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Philosophical Themes, Arguments, Ideas
Book I, aphorisms 1–8: Basic Words and the Mode of Experience
Part I, aphorisms 9–19: Relation
Part I, aphorisms 19–22: Love and the Dialogical
Part I, aphorisms 23–29: Arguments for the Primacy of Relation
Part II, aphorisms 1–6: The It-World
Part II, aphorisms 6–8
Part II, aphorisms 9–13
Part III, aphorisms 1–4: Encountering the Eternal You
Part III, aphorisms 5–14: What Religion is Not
Part III, aphorisms 15–17: Revelation through Action
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