Philosophical Rupture between Fichte and Schelling, The
Selected Texts and Correspondence (1800-1802)
Publication Year: 2012
Published by: State University of New York Press
Title Page, Copyright Page
critical editions, the J. G. Fichte Gesamtausgabe der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, eds. Reinhard Lauth, Hans Gliwitzky, Hans Jacob, Erich Fuchs, Peter K. Schneider, and Günter Zöller [GA] and the Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling Historisch-kritische...
Introduction: The Trajectory of German Philosophy After Kant, and the “Difference” Between Fichte and Schelling
Although Hegel doubtless had Reinhold’s new interest in philosophical realism or perhaps Schleiermacher’s psychological interpretation of religious truth in mind as the “awkward symptoms of the age” and its dichotomizing reception of Kant’s legacy when he penned these words, they can stand as the epitome of the relations between...
J. G. Fichte/F. W. J. Schelling Correspondence (1800–1802)
My dear friend, I am using my first quiet moment here in Bamberg to write to you.1 No doubt you have received my article against the A.L.Z., and I hope that on the whole it has met with your approval.2
Introduction to the Texts of J. G. Fichte
The small text entitled Ankündigung (Announcement) bears the date November 4, 1800 and was originally published in the Allgemeine Zeitung in January 1801. It was only reprinted for the first time in 1988 in the J. G. Fichte Gesamtausgabe.1 As the name suggests,...
J. G. Fichte
For six years now the Wissenschaftslehre has been available to the German public.15 Different people have received it in vastly different ways—the majority have been vehement and passionate opponents, a number of unqualified people have showered it with praise, and there...
Introduction to F. W. J. Schelling’s Presentation of My System of Philosophy (1801) and Further Presentations from the System of Philosophy (1802) [Extract]
Friedrich Schelling’s new presentation of his system, the first work in what came to be deemed his “philosophy of identity,” was occasioned by a double confrontation with Fichtean idealism in the summer and autumn of 1800: a more general challenge (documented...
F. W. J. Schelling
For many years I sought to present the one Philosophy that I know to be true from two wholly different sides—[both] as philosophy of nature and as transcendental philosophy. I now find myself impelled by the present situation of science to publicly bring forward, sooner than I wish, the system that for me was the foundation of these...
Page Count: 288
Publication Year: 2012
OCLC Number: 806033017
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