Philosophical Inquiries Into the Nature of Human Freedom

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Open Court Publishing, 1936 - Philosophy - 128 pages
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User Review  - Joe - Goodreads

09/15/2004 The Beginning of the End of the Dialectical This book is important for several reasons. I mention only a few here. Schelling, a great dialectical (in the modern 'German Idealist' sense ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ştefan Bolea - Goodreads

I confess I am interested in Schelling as Kierkegaard's educator. I understand "The Concept of Anxiety" much better after reading Schelling's fabulous account of originary evil. It's clear to me now ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION Page
xi
SCHELLINGS PHILOSOPHICAL INQUIRIES INTO
1
Introduction
7
The Possibility of Evil 24
39
The Actuality of Evil
47
The Actuality of Evil in Man
58
Is God the Ground of Evil?
73
The Purpose of Creation
85
NOTES
99
BIBLIOGRAPHY
119
INDEX
125
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