The Vocation of Man

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Kessinger Publishing, Jul 1, 2006 - Philosophy - 196 pages
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This tiny book continues Kant's system about the nature of subjectivity and consciousness. Fichte mines Kantian views for an immanent handle on subjectivity, deciding on a split subject, one that is ... Read full review

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Reading Fichte after Spinoza maybe wasn't such a good idea. The difference is like climbing a mountain (The Ethics) versus splashing in puddles. Read full review

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Daniel Breazeale is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kentucky.


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