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25 No doubt Wilhelm, like his author, takes himself very seriously. To do so became, as in The Magic Mountain Clavdia Chauchat says to Hans Castorp, the German way: Passionate—that means to live for the sake of living. But one knows that you [Germans] all live for [the] sake of experience. Passion, that is self-forgetfulness. But what you all want is self-enrichment. C’est ça. 26 Goethe himself, though, was one of egoism’s greatest critics. Wilhelm Meister identifies as inhuman the tendency to look at the world as stuff for one’s self-enrichment; the human—it is one of Clavdia’s favorite words—is the commitment of one’s affections to others that renders any self-enrichment a mere by-product.
He has forsaken Aurelia for Theresa, he explains to Wilhelm, because the former has been too passionate and unpredictable— too likely, perhaps, to demand that he be monogamous. ” This is apparently enough to content Wilhelm, who has come to the Tower in the first place to chastise Lothario for abandoning Aurelia, but who now joins the phallocratic (for once the miserable neologism seems apt) position without protest. Lothario’s hectic philandering is, if we will, a sign of his “natural” vitality, but as Wilhelm’s behavior suggests, it is also “natural” to want to stay with the mother of one’s children in order to form a family.
That is, one can do the possible and must forego the impossible. Good. The bad news is that it is often very difficult to distinguish the one from the other. Still, platitudinous as such a bare statement makes it sound, this is a commonsensical middle course between a radical doctrine of free will, which would pretend in brash early-Sartrian fashion (and it was a fashion) that absolutely everything in life is a matter of choice, and a complete determinism, which would leave us to the capricious winds of natural selection.
Apprenticeships: The Bildungsroman from Goethe to Santayana by Thomas L. Jeffers (auth.)