Furlani, Simone (2007) L'idealismo speculativo di Hegel tra "oggettivitÃ " e
"oggettivazione": idealismo e anti-idealismo tra Fichte e Hegel. [Book chapters] In: L'oggettivitÃ del pensiero. La filosofia di Hegel tra idealismo, anti-idealismo e realismo. Verifiche, 36 (1-4). Associazione trentina di scienze umane, Trento, pp. 223-244.
Full text disponibile come:
This paper clarifies the significance of the objectivity of Hegelâ€™s idealism on the basis of its relation with Fichteâ€™s transcendental philosophy. Central to Fichteâ€™s Doctrine of Science is the special relation between absolute and concept, and the way Fichte spells out this relation. The relation between absolute and concept is characterized by a margin, an excess of the absolute. Fichte shows how this difference becomes the place for the reflection of knowledge in and on itself. The absolute manifests or reveals itself in knowledge insofar as the latter recognizes and reconstructs its own conditions and presuppositions.
This self-knowledge of knowledge is not an immanent reflection, so as to loose that characteristic that preserves it from the dogmatic pretension to reduce the absolute to a concept, and consequently to objectify or reify it. The paper argues that Fichteâ€™s transcendental philosophy does not evade Hegelâ€™s critique of subjectivism. However, the paper argues that the Doctrine of Science provides an ante litteram criticism of Hegelâ€™s absolute idealism. This criticism derives from Fichteâ€™s identification of the risk of overriding the problematic, but also constitutive, relation between absolute and concept. From this point of view this paper discusses the tenability of the conception of philosophy as an objective â€˜absolute knowingâ€™ or as a â€˜doctrine of scienceâ€™.
- Aggiungi a RefWorksSimple MetadataFull MetadataEndNote Format
Solo per lo Staff dell Archivio: Modifica questo record