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Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling



on 22 September 2010

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Transcript of Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling

Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling 1775-1854 German philosopher, writer, professor, and inconsistent thinker in his era so much in philosophy was changing, so his personal philosophy was never clear and was also changing so often and so radically romanticism always remained in his philosophy; emphasizing intuition, beauty, and creativity his philosophy always focused on themes of human freedom, the Absolute, and the relationship between Spirit and Nature Transcendental Philosophy "all knowledge is founded upon the coincidence of an objective with a subjective" objective observable factual truthful subjective mind opinion varies person to person Philosophy of Nature nature & spirit are parallel with one another and complete a whole A philosophy that believes:
the Self grows from Nature, and is not separate from Nature.
the Self comes to consciousness of Spirit through Nature. "Nature is visible Spirit; Spirit is invisible Nature" The Absolute an essential subject in philosophy Schelling's philosophy that all reality is made up by a Spiritual Being, acording to his Romantic Idealism greatly influenced by other philosophers, Kante and Fichte later described as "an episode connecting Fichte and Hegel" His intent was to blend nature and knowledge in a single system and make it a central theme in philosophy. his thinking went from Fichte to Spinoza, Spinoza to Neo-Platonism, Neo-Platonism to Bohme Spinozistic & Neo-Platonic phases were Schelling's "negative philosophy". Bohme was Schelling's "positive philosophy". His best philosophical works were:
System des Transcendentalen Idealismus (System of Transcendental Idealism)
and Darstellung meines Systems (Exposition of My System) Works Cited:
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