By David S. Pacini
Electrifying while first introduced in 1973, mythical within the years considering the fact that, Dieter Henrich's lectures on German Idealism have been the 1st touch an important German thinker had made with an American viewers because the onset of worldwide struggle II. they continue to be some of the most eloquent motives and interpretations of classical German philosophy and of ways it pertains to the worries of up to date philosophy. because of the editorial paintings of David Pacini, the lectures look right here with annotations linking them to variants of the masterworks of German philosophy as they're now to be had.
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Extra resources for Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism
Die objective Logik. Nürnberg: Johann Leonhard Schrag, 1812. All citations are given in accordance with the text of the GW, vol. XI, ed. Friedrich Hogemann and Walter Jaeschke (1978). WL2 Wissenschaft der Logik. Zweiter Band. Die subjective Logik oder Lehre vom Begriff. Nürnberg: Johann Leonhard Schrag, 1816. All citations are given in accordance with the text of the GW, vol. XII, ed. Friedrich Hogemann and Walter Jaeschke (1981). ” In Zwischenbetrachtungen. Im Prozess der Aufklärung. Edited Axel Honneth, et al.
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Further, they differed in their estimates of the significance of recollective insight. When Kant defined the original spontaneous act of consciousness as synthesis, he had in mind not merely apprehension but also recollection. If apprehension is only of events that would soon become forever past, we would never be able to form a comprehensive interconnection of our present conditions and motivations. Apprehension, for Kant, looks rather at something “soon to be past,” and so points to a recollection still to come.
Between Kant and Hegel: Lectures on German Idealism by David S. Pacini