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Between Reason and Voluntarism Scotus, Böhme, Fichte, Hegel


Buterin, Damir
Between Reason and Voluntarism Scotus, Böhme, Fichte, Hegel, 2004., doktorska disertacija, Division of Humanities, Sydney


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Naslov
Between Reason and Voluntarism Scotus, Böhme, Fichte, Hegel

Autori
Buterin, Damir

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Ocjenski radovi, doktorska disertacija

Fakultet
Division of Humanities

Mjesto
Sydney

Datum
17. 08

Godina
2004

Stranica
250

Mentor
Smith, Nicholas H.

Ključne riječi
John Duns Scot; Jakob Böhme; Fichte; Hegel; free will; theory of knowledge; practical reason

Sažetak
I had begun doctoral dissertation with the considering of the philosophies of John Duns Scot (c1270-1308) and Jakob Böhme (1575-1621). The reason for which I compared them with Fichte and Hegel is that I wished to suggest that some of the ideas of these pre-Kantian thinkers recur, though in rather different form, in the systems of two post-Kantian thinkers. Moreover, I wished to prove how Duns Scot and Böhme partly anticipate Fichte and Hegel in their &laquo ; discovering&raquo ; the sources of our cognitive abilities, theoretical and practical, in self-determining free will. In the first part of the dissertation I presented intellectual horizons of Duns Scot and Böhme like guidelines of that what follows. In the second part I concentrated exclusively on the Jena period of Fichte's philosophical activity, i.e. on Groundwork of all Wissenschaftslehre and new method lectures about Wissenschaftslehre. I considered the attentivness of Fichte's general theory of knowledge, and his understanding of practical reason and I tried to interpolate the concept of the will in his version of &laquo ; transcendental idealism&raquo ; . More or less I did the same in the third part of the dissertation considering Hegel's philosophy of &laquo ; absolute idealism&raquo ; considering mainly his Science of Logic and the third part of Encyclopaedia of Philosophical sciences.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Matematika



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Projekti:
0191003

Ustanove:
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Matematički odjel, Zagreb

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Buterin, Damir
Between Reason and Voluntarism Scotus, Böhme, Fichte, Hegel, 2004., doktorska disertacija, Division of Humanities, Sydney
Buterin, D. (2004) 'Between Reason and Voluntarism Scotus, Böhme, Fichte, Hegel', doktorska disertacija, Division of Humanities, Sydney.
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