Fichtes Deduktion praktischer Spontaneität

Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 95 (1):65-86 (2013)
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: In this essay I make an attempt at sketching the outlines of Fichte’s method of philosophical construction in intuition and try to explore the rationality of his concept of deduction. I discuss the relationship between Fichte’s method of philosophical construction and Kant’s concept of construction of geometrical figures in pure intuition. I offer in-depth analysis of Fichte’s deduction of concepts in his Foundations of Natural Rights and in the Wissenschaftslehre nova methodo. However, I argue that Fichte’s deduction of practical spontaneity is not successful. Finally, I consider and reject some objections to my interpretation.

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Stefan Lang
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