Romanticism is pop metaphysics
Romanticism has not yet come to its end. Romanticism attempts once
gain a transfiguration of beings, which as re-acting against the thorough
explaining and calculating strives only to evolve beyond or next to this
explaining and calculating. This transfiguration "calls upon" the historical
renewal of "culture," urges its rootedness in the "people," and strives
for communication to everyone.
This popularization of "metaphysics" brings about a vivifying of what
has been up to now; what has lain fallow is again heeded and protected
and brought forth for enjoyment and for elation. And in comparison
with what has seemingly become old, something new seems to arise.
And yet, everything moves in a lack of decision, insofar as considering
be-ing a being itself remains unquestioned and, in spite of dissemination
and vivification, unobtrusively vanishes and leaves behind only
the objective as its glimmer.