Philosophy of German Idealism: Fichte, Jacobi, and Schelling

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Ernst Behler
A&C Black, Apr 1, 1987 - Philosophy - 284 pages
The texts in this volume constitute highlights in the movement called transcendental idealism. Includes: Fichte's, "Some Lectures Concerning the Scholar's Vocation," and "A Crystal Clear Report to the General Public..."; Jacobi's, "On Faith and Knowledge in Response to Schelling and Hegel," and "Open Letter to Fichte, 1799"; an anonymous author's "The Oldest Systematic Program of German Idealism, 1797"; and Schelling's "Ideas on a Philosophy of Nature as an Introduction to the Study of This Science," "Philosophical Investigations into the Essence of Human Freedom and Related Matters," and other texts. (For other texts in German Philosophy see vols. 5, 13, 24, 27, 40, 48, and 78.)>
 

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Contents

A Crystal Clear Report to the General Public
39
Open Letter to Fichte 1799
119
On Faith and Knowledge in Response to Schelling
142
The Oldest Systematic Program of German
161
Ideas on a Philosophy of Nature as
167
Deduction of a Universal Organ of Philosophy
203
Philosophical Investigations into the Essence
217
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