Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook 2017 (1):245-265 (2017)

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Chandler D. Rogers
Boston College
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Seeking to determine what it is that incites Kierkegaard’s enthusiasm during Schelling’s early lectures at Berlin, then what it is that thoroughly extinguishes his hope in months to follow, I establish: first, that the criticisms of Hegel in Schelling’s negative philosophy depend upon Kantian distinctions and reflect Kant’s critical methodology; secondly, that the leveling function Schelling assigns to these distinctions corresponds to the notion of irony as a destructive force found in The Concept of Irony; finally, that Kierkegaard will come to concretize an account that adheres more closely to Kant’s transition from negative to positive than to Schelling’s.
Keywords Schelling  Kierkegaard  Negative Philosophy  German Idealism  German Romanticism
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DOI 10.1515/kierke-2017-0010
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