Monade und Begriff: Der Weg von Leibniz zu Hegel (German by Joachim Ch Horn

By Joachim Ch Horn

Das Buch gibt in vier Kapiteln - zu Leibniz' ontologisch begrif-fener Metaphysik des Werdens, zu Fichtes Wissenschaftslehre, zu Hegels "Entwicklung des Begriffs" und zu Kants Kritiken den Nachweis, daß die großen nachkantischen Denker in ihrem Kerngedanken weitaus mehr auf Leibniz als auf Kant zurück-gehen. Der Schlüsselbegriff ist der heute für Naturwissenschaften wie für Geisteswissenschaften gleicherweise unentbehrliche Begriff einer "individuellen Substanz". Damit ist das Thema zu einer Erweiterung der Rationalität selbst angeschlagen, welches sich methodisch nur als "Weg vom Bewußtsein zum Selbstbewußtsein" (Hegel) angehen läßt und welches anthropologisch auf eine Theorie des Bewußtwerdens zielt. Das in three. Auflage vorliegende Buch wurde durch eine neue Einleitung in systematischer Absicht ergänzt.

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Per una moralità concreta: Studi sulla filosofia classica by Luca Fonnesu

By Luca Fonnesu

Nello straordinario periodo della storia del pensiero occidentale che va da Kant a Hegel, sullo sfondo delle grandi trasformazioni sociali, economiche e politiche di Sette e Ottocento, si sviluppa nell'ambito della filosofia tedesca l'idea di una moralità concreta. Già in Kant, anche nelle tensioni interne al suo pensiero, emerge l'intento di mostrare come los angeles moralità possa trovare realizzazione nella vita degli uomini e nel loro vivere sociale. Con Fichte e Hegel l'interesse in line with los angeles dimensione naturale dell'uomo e in step with le strutture sociali e istituzionali nelle quali l'individuo si trova a operare diventa il nucleo teorico che orienta l. a. riflessione sui problemi morali, avviando quell'indagine sulla "seconda natura" dell'uomo che tanta parte avrà nel pensiero dell'Ottocento. Questo libro focalizza l'attenzione sull'idea di moralità concreta così come si profila nei tre grandi filosofi classici tedeschi, e illustra come essa si inserisce nel più ampio orizzonte della teoria della società, del diritto e dello Stato.

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Leibniz: El discurso de la Metafísica: Análisis del Discurso by Theresa Marx

By Theresa Marx

Seminar paper del año 2010 en eltema Filosofía - Filosofía moderna (entre 1350-1600), Nota: 2,0, Universidad de l. a. Laguna Teneriffa, Idioma: Español, Resumen: los angeles presunción de Leibniz, que los angeles sustancia person es marcada por un concepto así que en todo momemto está determinada or sus predicados pasados y futuros, se puede justificar tanto por l. a. lógica de términos como por nociones mentalistas. Por los angeles lógica de los conceptos resulta que el mundo actual actual tiene como fundamento un conjunto de mundos o un agregato de individuos posibles. Un individuo posible sin embargo está determinado por un concepto de individualidad completo, que en contraste con un concepto common incompleto puede separar un cierto individuo de cualquier otro posible, así que puede explicar cualquier determinación singular a partir de los angeles generalidad del individuo, o sea de su historia de vida entera. Esto también se puede explicar mentalmente por l. a. estructura intencional de los angeles consciencia, porque l. a. monada está esencialmente marcada por las dos actividades mentales, los angeles imaginación y l. a. intención. Por retenciones el pasado está presente todavía, y por protenciones (por ejemplo, nuestras esperanzas) lo futuro se vuelve presente en l. a. actualidad del yo.
Si toda los angeles historia de vida futura ya debe ser presente en el concepto overall del individuo, así que ahora ya es verdadero que va a cumplir ciertas acciones después, entonces el futuro tiene que estar determinado completamente. Sin embargo, Leibniz cree que esta certidumbre fáctica no incluye necesidad sino es posible unirla con contingencia y por eso, libertad. Mientras verdades necesarias que son verdaderas en todos los mundos posibles al ultimate son reducibles a una identidad, las verdades contingentes pretenden una secuencia analtica que nunca termina y sólo se acerca arbitrariamente a l. a. identidad. El concepto person completo incluye en sí todo el universo. Así los angeles relación es contingente, porque sólo se puede efectuar en un cierto mundo posible que a su vez es contingente porque son posibles otros mundos.
Existe cierta polémica de que si los conceptos de Leibniz aunque dicho de otra forma, pegan con el Spinozismo en última consecuencia. Spinoza cube explicítamente que del poder de Dios sigue necesariamente todo lo posible de ese poder, es decir, que no hay posibilidades no realizadas. Para Leibniz existe una variación de posibles mundos libres de contradicciones. Sin embargo, Dios tiene que elegir el mejor mundo posible por su perfección ethical, así que los mundos no realizados de hecho no serían posibles.

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A History of Irish Thought by Thomas Duddy

By Thomas Duddy

the 1st whole advent to the topic ever released, A heritage of Irish Thought offers an inclusive survey of Irish suggestion and the background of Irish principles opposed to the backdrop of present political and social switch in Ireland.
Clearly written and fascinating, the survey introduces an array of philosophers, polemicists, ideologists, satirists, scientists, poets and political and social reformers, from the nameless seventh-century monk, the Irish Augustine, and John Scottus Eriugena, to the 20 th century and W.B. Yeats and Iris Murdoch.
Thomas Duddy rediscovers the liveliest and so much contested matters within the Irish previous, and brings the background of Irish concept modern. This quantity can be of serious price to somebody drawn to Irish tradition and its highbrow history.

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Traditionstheorie: Eine philosophische Grundlegung by Thomas Arne Winter

By Thomas Arne Winter

Alle Kulturleistungen des Menschen bilden sich in oder als Traditionen, seien es einfache Rituale und Bräuche oder komplexe Wissenssysteme wie faith, Kunst, Wissenschaft und Philosophie. Thomas Arne iciness legt erstmals eine systematische Traditionstheorie vor, die das Wesen hinter den vielfältigen Erscheinungsformen von culture ergründet. In kritischer Auseinandersetzung mit Heidegger und Gadamer entwickelt er einen neuen Ansatz, der phänomenologische, hermeneutische und strukturanalytische Verfahren zusammenführt. Genaue Analysen der Grundbegriffe Weitergabe, Wiederholung, Muster, Verstehen und Sinn erarbeiten eine Ontologie des traditionalen Phänomens. Sie zeigt, wie hermeneutische Muster die kollektive Sinngebung des menschlichen Lebens ermöglichen. Dabei geht es nicht darum, traditionalen Sinn zu verfechten, sondern über seine Generierungsprozesse aufzuklären. So wird in anthropologischer Hinsicht eine Universalgrammatik menschlicher Lebensformen entworfen.

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Leibniz: A Guide for the Perplexed (Guides for the by Franklin Perkins

By Franklin Perkins

Gottfried Leibniz is among the such a lot influential and significant ecu philosophers of the early smooth interval. even though he wrote no unmarried entire clarification of his philosophy, his contributions to components of philosophical notion diversity from arithmetic to cultural alternate. even though, his rules frequently appear unusual and summary and his tendency to harmonize varied perspectives will be highly difficult for the reader. scholars of Lebniz's paintings and idea on a regular basis face very specific highbrow demanding situations.
Leibniz: A consultant for the Perplexed is a transparent and thorough account of Lebniz's philosophy, delivering a terrific advisor to the $64000 and complicated considered this key thinker. The publication covers the complete diversity of Leibniz's inspiration, supplying certain exam of the most important components of his principles, together with the intersections among his metaphysics, epistemology, moral and political concept and his well-known declare that fact includes monads (unities). Geared in the direction of the explicit necessities of scholars who have to achieve a legitimate figuring out of Leibniz's notion, the publication offers a cogent and trustworthy survey of his paintings and ideas. this is often the appropriate spouse to the learn of this such a lot influential and difficult of philosophers.

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Knowledge and Faith in Thomas Aquinas by John I. Jenkins

By John I. Jenkins

This publication bargains a revisionary account of key epistemological thoughts and doctrines of St Thomas Aquinas, relatively his proposal of scientia (science), and proposes an interpretation of the aim and composition of Aquinas's so much mature and influential paintings, the Summa theologiae, which provides the scientia of sacred doctrine, i.e. Christian theology. opposite to the traditional interpretation of it as a piece for neophytes in theology, Jenkins argues that it's actually a pedagogical paintings meant because the end result of philosophical and theological stories of very talented scholars. Jenkins considers our wisdom of the foundations of a technological know-how. He argues that rational assent to the rules of sacred doctrine, the articles of religion, is because of the effect of grace on one's cognitive powers, as a result of which one is in a position instantly to understand those propositions as divinely printed. His learn should be of curiosity to readers in philosophy, theology and medieval studies.

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Philosophical Religions from Plato to Spinoza: Reason, by Carlos Fraenkel

By Carlos Fraenkel

Many pagan, Jewish, Christian and Muslim philosophers from Antiquity to the Enlightenment made no significant contrast among philosophy and faith. in its place they endorsed a philosophical faith, arguing that God is cause and that the old different types of a spiritual culture function philosophy's handmaid to advertise the lifetime of cause between non-philosophers. Carlos Fraenkel offers the 1st account of this idea and lines its historical past again to Plato. He indicates how Jews and Christians appropriated it in Antiquity, follows it in the course of the center a while in either Islamic and Jewish varieties and argues that it underlies Spinoza's interpretation of Christianity. the most problem to a philosophical faith comes from the trendy view that every one humans are both in a position to order their lives rationally and as a result desire no suggestions from faith. Fraenkel's wide-ranging booklet will entice somebody drawn to how philosophy has interacted with Jewish, Christian, and Muslim spiritual traditions.

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