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Fichte - Idealism vs. Dogmatism

Fichte became one of the most influential founders of German Idealism after one of his books was published anonymously and people attributed it to Kant. Kant said he didn’t write it, but that whoever did was one of the only people to understand him (basically). 218 more words

Kant

Johann Fichte's Sun-Clear Statement 1801

Sun-Clear Statement 1801

by Johann Gottlieb Fichte 1762-1814, translated by Adolph Ernst Kroeger 1867 as published in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy Edited by William Torrey Harris, 1835-1909… 10,509 more words

Philosophy

Via A Reader-BBC Discussion Of Arthur Schopenhauer

Thanks, reader:  ‘Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the pessimistic philosophy of Arthur Schopenhauer. Guests include A.C. Grayling, Béatrice Han-Pile and Chris Janaway.’ 112 more words

Philosophy

An Investigation into the Hegelian Concept of Absolute Spirit and its Relation to 'Manifest Religion'.

An Investigation into the Hegelian Concept of Absolute Spirit and its Relation to ‘Manifest Religion’.

By: Tiernan Cormier

Submitted To: Maynooth University, Philosophy Department.

December 2015. 2,203 more words

Philosophy

The Arguments of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic

Expositions

  1. space/time is not an empirical concept, since it is already given in every experience
  2. space/time is a necessary idea (Vorstellung) and is the condition for the possibility of appearances…
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Deutscher Idealismus