Schelling: Zwischen Fichte und Hegel/Between Fichte and Hegel
“Schelling has undergone his philosophical education before the public” — so G. W. F. Hegel in criticism of the novel systematic projects which his philosophical ally and later rival F. W. J. Schelling successively made public. Today, however, Hegel’s derisive judgment can be seen not to hold: Instead, it is much rather the case that Schelling’s productivity expresses the genuine continuity of his thought. Moreover, his thought is attractive precisely because it embodies an inconclusive — perhaps the never-ending — search for an abiding philosophical orientation in an ever more complex world.
Schelling — zwischen Fichte und Hegel / Schelling — Between Fichte and Hegel: The title both emphasizes the singularity of Schelling’s thought and recognizes its profound relation to that of his contemporaries. This volume, which connects the latest work in Fichte-, Hegel- and Schelling-studies, contains original contributions in English and German on Schelling’s philosophy from international group of researchers.
John Benjamins Publishing