Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity

Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity PDF Epub Fichtes Theory Of Subjectivity Frederick Neuhouser This Is The First Book In English To Elucidate The Central Issues In The Work Of Johann Gottlieb Fichte 1762 1814 , A Figure Crucial To The Movement Of Philosophy From Kant To German Idealism The Book Explains Fichte S Notion Of Subjectivity And How His Particular View Developed Out Of Kant S Accounts Of Theoretical And Practical Reason Fichte Argued That The Subject Has A Self Positing Structure Which Distinguishes It From A Thing Or An Object Thus, The Subject Must Be Understood As An Activity Rather Than A Thing And Is Self Constituting In A Way That An Object Is Not In The Final Chapter, Professor Neuhouser Considers How This Doctrine Of The Self Positing Subject Enables Us To Understand The Possibility Of The Self S Autonomy, Or Self Determination.

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  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity
  • Frederick Neuhouser
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 0521399386

10 thoughts on “Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity

  1. says:

    Remarkably concise and clear especially interesting in terms of relating Kant s theory of apperception and his in ability to find a unitary structure for theoretical and practical reason to Reinhold and Fichte s philosophical concerns.

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