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Schelling's organic form of philosophy : life as the schema of freedom, Bruce Matthews

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Schelling's organic form of philosophy : life as the schema of freedom
Title
Schelling's organic form of philosophy
Title remainder
life as the schema of freedom
Statement of responsibility
Bruce Matthews
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Language
eng
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DLC
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1962-
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Matthews, Bruce
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government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
LC call number
B2898
LC item number
.M395 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
SUNY series in contemporary continental philosophy
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Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von
Label
Schelling's organic form of philosophy : life as the schema of freedom, Bruce Matthews
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ch. 2
  • Beginnings : Theosophy and Nature Divine
  • The Acculturation of a Prophet of Nature
  • The Discipline of Language and Actuality of the Past
  • The Tradition of Pietism : Freedom as the Unmediated Experience of the Divine
  • Halfway between Tradition and the Enlightenment : Theosophy and the Divinity of Nature
  • Oetinger's Genetic Epistemology and the Unmediated Knowing of the Zentralerkennims
  • Divinity as Freedom in Nature : The Priority of Freedom over Wisdom
  • ch. 1
  • Life as the Schema of Freedom : Schelling's Organic Form of Philosophy
  • Subjectivism and the Annihilation of Nature
  • Immanent Reconstruction
  • Kant and the Categorical Imperative of Unity in Reason
  • Plato's oδoσ and the Eternal Form of Philosophy
  • Organic Unity and Nature's Redemption
  • Ideas in situ : Embedded Thought
  • The Question of Systematic Unity
  • Systematic Unity and the Urform of Reason
  • Life Is the Schema of Freedom : The Will of Desire and the Causality of Freedom
  • The Antinomy of Aesthetic Judgment
  • The Unity of the Ideas of Reason and the Transcendental Ideal as the Form of Forms
  • Transcendental Modality : Unity as Grundsatz of Reason
  • Weltbegriffe and Naturbegriffe : The Limits of a Mathematical World in the Face of the "Absolute Selbsttatigkeit" of Nature
  • Schelling's Eulogy and the System of Philipp Matthaus Hahn (1739-1790)
  • A Theology of Life
  • Procreative Logic : Hahn's "ordo generativus"
  • Systema Influxus : The Immanent Harmony of the Trichotomy of Body, Soul, and Mind
  • Life in the Anticipation of the Eschaton : The Prophet of Freedom and Nature Divine
  • Schelling's Eulogy of Hahn (1790) and the Passing of the Flame of Prophecy
  • Prophet of the New Religion of Nature : Matter Spiritualized
  • ch. 3
  • To Seek the Divine in Nature
  • Schelling's Commentary on the Timaeus
  • The Divine Ideas of Reason
  • τo καλoν as the Ideal of Unity and Completeness
  • The World Soul as "The Ideal of the World" : Organic Life as a Principle of Systematic Unity
  • Immanent Preestablished Harmony : The Condition of Possibility of Einheit
  • The Ideas : Existence Is Not a Predicate
  • The Threefold Form of All Knowing
  • Plato's Urform
  • The Urform of Reason : αι σuναπασαι επιστημαι
  • The Logical Visage : The Prinzipien of Unity, Manifoldness, and Continuity
  • The Idea of the Maximum as the Analogon of the Schema for the "Prinzipien der Vernunft"
  • The Transcendental Ideas : The Figurative Guarantors of Reason's Extension
  • Aesthetic Ideas, the Sublime, and the Internal Intuition of the Supersensible Ground
  • Genius: Autoepistemic Organ of Nature?
  • ch. 4
  • The Timaeus Commentary
  • Time and Historicity
  • The Tense of the Absolute : Futurity
  • The Endless Process
  • First Epoch
  • Productive Intuition of Sensation through the Restriction of the Past
  • Second Epoch
  • Transition from Blind Intuition to Reflection through the Restriction of the Present
  • Third Epoch
  • From Reflection to the Absolute Act of the Will
  • The Derivation of the Categories from Time
  • Transition to Practical Philosophy : The Absolute Act of the Will
Control code
642204714
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 282 p.
Isbn
9781438434117
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010023365
System control number
(OCoLC)642204714
Label
Schelling's organic form of philosophy : life as the schema of freedom, Bruce Matthews
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • ch. 2
  • Beginnings : Theosophy and Nature Divine
  • The Acculturation of a Prophet of Nature
  • The Discipline of Language and Actuality of the Past
  • The Tradition of Pietism : Freedom as the Unmediated Experience of the Divine
  • Halfway between Tradition and the Enlightenment : Theosophy and the Divinity of Nature
  • Oetinger's Genetic Epistemology and the Unmediated Knowing of the Zentralerkennims
  • Divinity as Freedom in Nature : The Priority of Freedom over Wisdom
  • ch. 1
  • Life as the Schema of Freedom : Schelling's Organic Form of Philosophy
  • Subjectivism and the Annihilation of Nature
  • Immanent Reconstruction
  • Kant and the Categorical Imperative of Unity in Reason
  • Plato's oδoσ and the Eternal Form of Philosophy
  • Organic Unity and Nature's Redemption
  • Ideas in situ : Embedded Thought
  • The Question of Systematic Unity
  • Systematic Unity and the Urform of Reason
  • Life Is the Schema of Freedom : The Will of Desire and the Causality of Freedom
  • The Antinomy of Aesthetic Judgment
  • The Unity of the Ideas of Reason and the Transcendental Ideal as the Form of Forms
  • Transcendental Modality : Unity as Grundsatz of Reason
  • Weltbegriffe and Naturbegriffe : The Limits of a Mathematical World in the Face of the "Absolute Selbsttatigkeit" of Nature
  • Schelling's Eulogy and the System of Philipp Matthaus Hahn (1739-1790)
  • A Theology of Life
  • Procreative Logic : Hahn's "ordo generativus"
  • Systema Influxus : The Immanent Harmony of the Trichotomy of Body, Soul, and Mind
  • Life in the Anticipation of the Eschaton : The Prophet of Freedom and Nature Divine
  • Schelling's Eulogy of Hahn (1790) and the Passing of the Flame of Prophecy
  • Prophet of the New Religion of Nature : Matter Spiritualized
  • ch. 3
  • To Seek the Divine in Nature
  • Schelling's Commentary on the Timaeus
  • The Divine Ideas of Reason
  • τo καλoν as the Ideal of Unity and Completeness
  • The World Soul as "The Ideal of the World" : Organic Life as a Principle of Systematic Unity
  • Immanent Preestablished Harmony : The Condition of Possibility of Einheit
  • The Ideas : Existence Is Not a Predicate
  • The Threefold Form of All Knowing
  • Plato's Urform
  • The Urform of Reason : αι σuναπασαι επιστημαι
  • The Logical Visage : The Prinzipien of Unity, Manifoldness, and Continuity
  • The Idea of the Maximum as the Analogon of the Schema for the "Prinzipien der Vernunft"
  • The Transcendental Ideas : The Figurative Guarantors of Reason's Extension
  • Aesthetic Ideas, the Sublime, and the Internal Intuition of the Supersensible Ground
  • Genius: Autoepistemic Organ of Nature?
  • ch. 4
  • The Timaeus Commentary
  • Time and Historicity
  • The Tense of the Absolute : Futurity
  • The Endless Process
  • First Epoch
  • Productive Intuition of Sensation through the Restriction of the Past
  • Second Epoch
  • Transition from Blind Intuition to Reflection through the Restriction of the Present
  • Third Epoch
  • From Reflection to the Absolute Act of the Will
  • The Derivation of the Categories from Time
  • Transition to Practical Philosophy : The Absolute Act of the Will
Control code
642204714
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xviii, 282 p.
Isbn
9781438434117
Isbn Type
(hardcover : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010023365
System control number
(OCoLC)642204714

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