Schelling's Organic Form of Philosophy : Life as the Schema of Freedom.Series: SUNY Series in Contemporary Continental PhilosophyPublisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, 2011Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (303 pages)Content type:
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- B2898 -- .M395 2011eb
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Schelling's Organic Form of Philosophy -- Schelling's Organic Form of Philosophy -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Sources and Abbreviations -- 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 ỏ(dỏj and the Eternal Form of Philosophy -- Organic Unity and Nature's Redemption -- Ideas in situ: Embedded Thought -- 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 Zentralerkenntnis -- Divinity as Freedom in Nature: The Priority of Freedom over Wisdom -- Schelling's Eulogy and the System of Philipp Matthäus Hahn (1739-1790) -- A Theology of Life -- Procreative Logic: Hahn's "ordo generativus" -- Systema Influxus: The Immanent Harmony of the Trichotomy 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 -- 3. 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 Selbsttätigkeit" of Nature -- The Urform of Reason: ai( suna/pasai e)pisth=mai -- 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? -- 4. The Timaeus Commentary -- To Seek the Divine in Nature -- Schelling's Commentary on the Timaeus -- The Divine Ideas of Reason -- to\ kalo/n as the Ideal of Unity and Completeness -- The World Soul as "The Ideal of the World": Organic Life as 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 -- 5. On the Possibility of a Form of All Philosophy: The Form Essay -- Schelling's Original Insight -- The Urform of All Forms -- Kant's Progressive Method: The Removal of the Time Condition as the Condition of Comprehending an Absolute Magnitude -- Reciprocal Establishment of the Urform -- The Progressive Method of Disjunctive Identity -- The Urform of Relation -- Philological Justification -- Epistemic Positionality and the Removal of the Time-Condition -- Form of Being Unconditionally Posited: 'I = I' -- Form of the Conditioned: NichtIch = Nicht Ich (Nichtich ≠ Ich) -- Form of Conditionality Determined by Unconditionality = Consciousness -- Disjunctive Identity -- 6. Freedom and the Construction of Philosophy -- The Dynamic Process: Producing the System of Identity -- The Self Versetzt: Freedom as the Postulate of Philosophy.
The Method of Construction: Einbildung as the In-Eins-Bildung of Duality -- Problematic: All Philosophy Is Construction -- An Aesthetic Philosophy -- The Construction of the Self: Theoretical Philosophy and Unconscious Nature -- 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 -- Time and Historicity -- The Tense of the Absolute: Futurity -- The Endless Process -- Appendix -- Notes -- Index.
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