“The summit of Kantian speculation”. Fichte’s reception of the Third Critique
Issue Date: 
2019
Publisher: 
Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Navarra
ISMN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Breazeale, D. (Daniel). "“The summit of Kantian speculation”. Fichte’s reception of the Third Critique". Anuario Filosófico. 52 (1), 2019, 113 - 144
Abstract
Fichte’s admiration for Kant’s Third Critique is well-documented, but how did it actually infl uence his own philosophy? This question is addressed, fi rst, by examining Fichte’s very early, unpublished “summary” of Kant’s text, and, second, by considering how themes from the latter are present in Fichte’s later published and unpublished writings. These include: the unity of theoretical and practical philosophy and of the sensible and supersensible realms; the purposiveness of nature; the autonomy and heautonomy of the I; the roles of abstraction, refl ection, and imagination in philosophizing; and harmony of the drives as a key ingredient in moral deliberation.
Appears in Collections:

Files in This Item:
Thumbnail
File
malonsod, 05.pdf
Description
Size
12.19 MB
Format
Adobe PDF


Statistics and impact

Items in Dadun are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.