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The Twenty-Five Years of Philosophy : a systematic reconstruction

Author: Eckart Förster
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass : Harvard University Press, 2012.
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Publication:Twenty-five years of philosophy.
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Main description: Kant declared that philosophy began in 1781 with his Critique of Pure Reason. In 1806 Hegel announced that philosophy had now been completed. Eckart Förster examines the reasons behind these claims and assesses the steps that led in such a short time from Kant's 0beginning0 to Hegel's 0end.0 He concludes that, in an unexpected yet significant sense, both Kant and Hegel were indeed right. The  Read more...
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Named Person: Immanuel Kant; Immanuel Kant
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eckart Förster
ISBN: 9780674055162 0674055160 9780674064980 0674064984
OCLC Number: 840442465
In: Förster, Eckart
Description: Online-Ressource
Contents: Frontmatter --
Contents --
Preface --
Prologue: A Beginning of Philosophy --
1. Kant's "Revolution of the Mode of Thought" --
2. Critique and Morals --
3. From A to B --
4. How to Become a Spinozist --
5. From One Make Three --
6. The "Critical Enterprise": Complete? --
7. The "Critical Enterprise": Incomplete --
8. Fichte's "Complete Revolution of the Mode of Thought" --
9. Morals and Critique --
10. Spiritus sive natura? --
11. The Methodology of the Intuitive Understanding --
12. Does Philosophy Have a History? --
13. Hegel's "Voyages of Discovery": Incomplete --
14. Hegel's "Voyages of Discovery": Complete --
Epilogue: An End of Philosophy --
Translator's Note --
Abbreviations --
Bibliography --
Index.
Other Titles: 25 Jahre der Philosophie
Responsibility: Eckart Förster ; translated by Brady Bowman.
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Main description: Kant declared that philosophy began in 1781 with his Critique of Pure Reason. In 1806 Hegel announced that philosophy had now been completed. Eckart Förster examines the reasons behind these claims and assesses the steps that led in such a short time from Kant's 0beginning0 to Hegel's 0end.0 He concludes that, in an unexpected yet significant sense, both Kant and Hegel were indeed right. The Twenty-Five Years of Philosophy follows the unfolding of a key idea during this exceptionally productive period: the Kantian idea that philosophy can be scientific and, consequently, can be completed. Förster's study combines historical research with philosophical insight and leads him to propose a new thesis. The development of Kant's transcendental philosophy in his three Critiques, Förster claims, resulted in a fundamental distinction between 0intellectual intuition0 and 0intuitive understanding.0 Overlooked until now, this distinction yields two takes on how to pursue philosophy as science after Kant. One line of thought culminates in Fichte's theory of freedom (Wissenschaftslehre), while the other-and here Förster brings Goethe's significance to the fore-results in Goethe's transformation of the Kantian idea of an intuitive understanding in light of Spinoza's third kind of knowledge. Both strands are brought together in Hegel and propel his split from Schelling. Förster's work makes an original contribution to our understanding of the classical era of German philosophy-an expanding interest within the Anglophone philosophical community.

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