System of Transcendental Idealism 1800

System of Transcendental Idealism  1800

System of Transcendental Idealism is probably Schelling's most important philosophical work.

Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 0813914582

Category: Philosophy

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System of Transcendental Idealism is probably Schelling's most important philosophical work. A central text in the history of German idealism, its original German publication in 1800 came seven years after Fichte's Wissenschaftslehre and seven years before Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit.
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On the History of Modern Philosophy

On the History of Modern Philosophy

F. W. J. Schelling's On the History of Modern Philosophy surveys philosophy from Descartes to German Idealism and shows why the Idealist project is ultimately doomed to failure.

Author: F. W. J. von Schelling

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052140861X

Category: Philosophy

Page: 195

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F. W. J. Schelling's On the History of Modern Philosophy surveys philosophy from Descartes to German Idealism and shows why the Idealist project is ultimately doomed to failure.
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Being Inclined

Being Inclined

Whatever the case may be, it is worthwhile to examine briefly Ravaisson's
productive reception in De l'habitude of Schelling's System of Transcendental
Idealism, for it allows us to perceive more clearly the contours of Ravaisson's own
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Author: Mark Sinclair

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ISBN: 9780198844587

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Being Inclined is the first book-length study in English of the work of Felix Ravaisson, France's most influential philosopher in the second half of the nineteenth century. Mark Sinclair shows how Ravaisson, in his great work Of Habit (1838), understands habit as tendency and inclination in away that provides the basis for a philosophy of nature and a general metaphysics. In examining Ravaisson's ideas against the background of the history of philosophy, and in the light of later developments in French thought, Sinclair shows how Ravaisson gives an original account of the nature ofhabit as inclination, within a metaphysical framework quite different to those of his predecessors in the philosophical tradition.Being Inclined sheds new light on the history of modern French philosophy and argues for the importance of the neglected nineteenth-century French spiritualist tradition. It also shows that Ravaisson's philosophy of inclination, of being-inclined, is of great import for contemporary philosophy, andparticularly for the contemporary metaphysics of powers given that ideas about tendency have recently come to prominence in discussions concerning dispositions, laws, and the nature of causation. Being Inclined therefore offers a detailed and faithful contextualist study of Ravaisson's masterpiece,demonstrating its continued importance for contemporary thought.
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The Reception of Kant s Critical Philosophy

The Reception of Kant s Critical Philosophy

A collection of major essays on the most important periods of philosophical history, published in 2000.

Author: Sally Sedgwick

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521039096

Category: Philosophy

Page: 352

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A collection of major essays on the most important periods of philosophical history, published in 2000.
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History of Philosophy

History of Philosophy

Then followed the “ System of Transcendental Idealism ” ( Tübingen , 1800 ) . In
these works Schelling considers the subjective or ideal and the objective or real
as two poles which mutually presuppose and demand each other . All knowledge
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Author: Friedrich Ueberweg

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ISBN: UIUC:30112039629693

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History of Philosophy History of modern philosophy With additions by the translator an appendix on English and American philosophy by Noah Porter and an appendix on Italian philosophy by Vincenzo Botta

History of Philosophy  History of modern philosophy  With additions by the translator  an appendix on English and American philosophy by Noah Porter  and an appendix on Italian philosophy by Vincenzo Botta

Then followed the " System of Transcendental Idealism" (Tubingen, lbOO). In
these works Schelling considers the subjective or ideal and the objective or real
as two poles which mutually presuppose and demand each other. All knowledge,
he ...

Author: Friedrich Ueberweg

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ISBN: NYPL:33433022669133

Category: Philosophy

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Bibliotheca Sacra

Bibliotheca Sacra

The work of L. F. Schön ( Transcendental Philosophy , Paris , 1831 ) is restricted
to the system of Kant , and gives only a ... Destination of the Learned , also his
Theory of Science , Schelling's Bruno , System of Transcendental Idealism and ...

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ISBN: PSU:000066947981

Category: Bible

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Bibliotheca Sacra and American Biblical Repository

Bibliotheca Sacra and American Biblical Repository

His notices of the earlier systems is superficial ; it is a book upon and against
Hegel , avowedly written in the interest of the ... System of Transcendental
Idealism and Philosophical Fragments , ( translated by Willm , ) and Hegel ' s
Lectures on ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:590084752

Category: Theology

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Philosophical Rupture between Fichte and Schelling The

Philosophical Rupture between Fichte and Schelling  The

This volume brings together the letters the two philosophers exchanged between 1800 and 1802 and the texts that each penned with the other in mind. Michael G. Vater is Associate Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Marquette University.

Author: J. G. Fichte

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9781438440194

Category: Philosophy

Page: 309

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Correspondence and texts by Fichte and Schelling illuminate their thought and the trajectory of their philosophical falling out.
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The Philosophy of Art

The Philosophy of Art

Annotation A new translation of Schelling's Die Philosophie der Kunst, 1859 with extensive commentary by the translator, Douglas W. Stott. Annotation(c) 2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

Author: Schelling Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 0816616833

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 342

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Annotation. A new translation of Schelling's Die Philosophie der Kunst, 1859 with extensive commentary by the translator, Douglas W. Stott. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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A Religious Encyclopaedia Or Dictionary of Biblical Historical Doctrinal and Practical Theology

A Religious Encyclopaedia  Or Dictionary of Biblical  Historical  Doctrinal  and Practical Theology

In his System of Transcendental Idealism, helling tries to give a history of the Ego,
or the veiopment of self-consciousness. Similar to %t process of nature, to come
to self-conscious- ss, there are different stages of development in ; life of the ...

Author: Philip Schaff

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ISBN: PRNC:32101066128057

Category: Theology

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The Unconditional in Human Knowledge

The Unconditional in Human Knowledge

Author: Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Publisher: Associated University Press

ISBN: UCAL:B4244270

Category: Philosophy

Page: 271

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Kant s Idealism

Kant s Idealism

In Kant's Idealism, Professor Neujahr argues - he may be the first to do so - that there is no single doctrine that is Kant's transcendental idealism to either explain or explain away.

Author: Philip J. Neujahr

Publisher: Mercer University Press

ISBN: 086554476X

Category: Philosophy

Page: 134

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Other works on Kant and on his Critical Philosophy attempt either to remove Kant's transcendental idealism from his system or to defend it as being essential to the Kantian enterprise. In Kant's Idealism, Professor Neujahr argues - he may be the first to do so - that there is no single doctrine that is Kant's transcendental idealism to either explain or explain away. In his Critique of Pure Reason, Kant claims to present a distinctive form of idealism he calls "transcendental" idealism and that he contrasts with the "empirical" idealism of his predecessors. Professor Neujahr argues that on the contrary there is no single form of idealism in Kant's system and no simple contrast between Kant's transcendental idealism and the idealist doctrines of his philosophical forebears. Neujahr finds (and clearly delineates) "strands of idealism" in Kant's philosophy. He argues that the source of these various forms of idealism is the conflicting demands of Kant's theories of perception (sensibility) and thought (understanding). How in fact a subject relates to an object finds no single unified explanation in the Critical Philosophy of Kant. Indeed, in spite of Kant's efforts to combine his various theories into a single theory of experience, his doctrines of perception and thought do not fit together. It is, Neujahr contends, this lack of fit that ultimately prevents there being any single transcendental version of idealism in Kant's system. This also helps explain why Kant's system is so difficult. Neujahr's critical review of that system in Kant's Idealism may be the "handle" needed to get hold of Kant's notoriously difficult but potentially very useful Critical Philosophy.
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A History of Philosophy

A History of Philosophy

the system of transcendental idealism which cover more or less the ground
covered by Fichte in his theoretical and practical deductions of consciousness
and in his works on the theory of rights and on ethics , though Schelling makes ,
of ...

Author: Frederick Charles Copleston

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ISBN: UOM:39015002865478

Category: Philosophy

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A History of Philosophy Volume VII Fichte to Nietzsche volume VIII Bentham to Russell Volume IX Maine de Biran to Sartre

A History of Philosophy  Volume VII  Fichte to Nietzsche   volume VIII  Bentham to Russell   Volume IX Maine de Biran to Sartre

the system of transcendental idealism which cover more or less the ground
covered by Fichte in his theoretical and practical deductions of consciousness
and in his works on the theory of rights and on ethics , though Schelling makes ,
of ...

Author: Frederick Charles Copleston

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105010112121

Category: Philosophy

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A History of Philosophy Fichte to Nietzsche

A History of Philosophy  Fichte to Nietzsche

the system of transcendental idealism which cover more or less the ground
covered by Fichte in his theoretical and practical deductions of consciousness
and in his works on the theory of rights and on ethics , though Schelling makes ,
of ...

Author: Frederick Charles Copleston

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ISBN: PSU:000053750747

Category: Philosophy

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Kant Studien

Kant Studien

But of course , Kant himself constantly affirms not just the transcendental nature
of time ( and space ) as such but their Transcendental Ideality . ... Indeed it is
clear that there is an unbridgeable gap between such an ontology , and any
philosophy founded upon Transcendental Idealism ... not only does it not
specifically presuppose Kant's philosophical ' system ' , but actually stands in
some conflict with it .

Author: Hans Vaihinger

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ISBN: UOM:39015025353692

Category: Electronic journals

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1904-26 (includes lists of members)
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Spindel Conference 1991

Spindel Conference 1991

The Southern Journal of Philosophy ( 1991 ) Volume XXX , Supplement THE
SYSTEM OF TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM : QUESTIONS RAISED AND LEFT
OPEN IN THE KRITIK DER URTEILSKRAFT Burkhard Tuschling University of ...

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ISBN: UCSC:32106009030831

Category: Ethics

Page: 195

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Categories: Ethics

Johnson s New Universal Cyclopaedia S Z

Johnson s New Universal Cyclopaedia  S Z

In this treatise also, which does not strictly accord with his system of
transcendental idealism already given, the stress that he lays upon freedom and
personality indicates the first appearance of his latest system, his " positive
philosophy.

Author: Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard

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ISBN: HARVARD:HN6NU2

Category: Encyclopedias and dictionaries

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Categories: Encyclopedias and dictionaries