Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity

Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity 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
  • 04 December 2017
  • 0521399386

10 thoughts on “Fichtes Theory of Subjectivity

  1. Jesse 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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