Franklin

Fichte, German idealism, and early romanticism / edited by Daniel Breazeale and Tom Rockmore.

Publication:
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2010.
Series:
Fichte-Studien, Supplementa 24.
Fichte-Studien. Supplementa, 0927-3816 ; Bd. 24
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (385 p.)
Subjects:
Idealism.
Romanticism.
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This volume of 23 previously unpublished essays explores the relationship between the philosophy of J.G. Fichte and that of other leading thinkers associated with German Idealism and the early Romantic movement. Several papers explore the broader question of Fichte’s relationship and contribution to “German idealism” and “German romanticism” in general, while others offer comparative studies of the relationship between Fichte’s writings and those of Leibniz, Kant, Schelling, Hegel, Friedrich Schlegel, Novalis, Schleiermacher, and Wilhelm von Humboldt. Taken collectively, this set of essays provides anglophone readers with a new and historically accurate understanding of the origin, development, and reception of Fichte’s philosophy in the context of its own era and in relationship to the most important intellectual movements of the time. The authors include both well established and internationally recognized experts in their fields as well as younger scholars with fresh and challenging perspectives to offer. This volume proposes a new interpretation of the history of German idealism in general and of the place therein of Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre . It emphasizes the intimate connection between “transcendental idealism” and “German romanticism” and shows how developments within each of these intellectual movements reflected and in turn influenced developments within the other. Finally, it sheds new light on Fichte’s own philosophical development and does so by relating the various stages of his writings to other contemporary movements and authors.
Contents:
Preliminary Material
Introduction / Daniel Breazeale
Fichte, German Idealism and the Thing in Itself / Tom Rockmore
Fichte and the Problem of Logic Positioning the Wissenschaftslehre in the Development of German Idealism / Nectarios Limnatis
Doing Philosophy: Fichte vs. Kant on Transcendental Method / Daniel Breazeale
Form and Colour in Kant’s and Fichte’s Theory of Beauty / Giorgia Cecchinato
Critical Epistemology and Idealist Metaphysics in Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre (1794–1800) / Steven Hoeltzel
Presuppositions of Knowledge versus Immediate Certainty of Being: Fichte’s 1804 Wissenschaftslehre as a Critique of Knowledge and a Program of Philosophical Foundation / Ulrich Schlösser
Falsification: On the Role of the Empirical in J. G. Fichte’s Transcendental Method / F. Scott Scribner
The Self as the World Into Itself. Towards Fichte’s Conception of Subjectivity / Marina Bykova
Schelling’s Subversion of Fichtean Monism, 1794–1796 / Richard Fincham
Intellectual Intuition: Reconsidering Continuity in Kant, Fichte, and Schelling / Yolanda Estes
From Idealism to Romanticism and Leibniz’ Logic / George Seidel
Fichte’s Transcendental Logic of 1812 – Between Kant and Hegel / Angelica Nuzzo
Practical Rationality and Natural Right: Fichte and Hegel on Self-Conception within a Relation of Natural Right / C. Jeffery Kinlaw
Political Realism in Idealism: Fichte versus Hegel and their Different Versions of the Foundation of Right / Virginia López-Domínguez
Fichte’s Master/Slave Dialectic: The Untold Story / Arnold Farr
Fichte, Hegel, and the Senses of »Revelation« / Anthony N. Perovich
Fichte’s Anti-Hegelian Legacy / Matthew C. Altman
»Philosophy on the Track of Freedom« or »Systematizing Systemlessness«: Novalis’s Reflections on the Wissenschaftslehre, 1795–1796 / Michael G. Vater
»With Respect to the Antinomies, Fichte has a Remarkable Idea.« Three Answers to Kant and Fichte – Hardenberg, Hölderlin, Hegel / Violetta L. Waibel
Forgetfulness and Foundationalism: Schlegel’s Critique of Fichte’s Idealism / Elizabeth Millán-Zaibert
Friedrich Schlegel’s Transformation of Fichte’s Transcendental into an Early Romantic Idealism / Bärbel Frischmann
Sound Reasoning: Fichtean Elements in Wilhelm von Humboldt’s Philosophy of Language / David Kenosian
Fichte, Schleiermacher and W. von Humboldt on the Foundation of the University of Berlin / Claude Piché.
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Breazeale, Daniel.
Rockmore, Tom, 1942-
ISBN:
1-282-66273-2
9786612662737
90-420-3012-7
OCLC:
654381625
Publisher Number:
10.1163/9789042030121 DOI
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