Fichte and Hegel on knowledge and self-consciousness
After a brief account of the main arguments of Fichte's Science of Knowledge, I turn to Hegel as the figure who occupies the pinnacle of German Idealism and the theoretical conclusion of its development from Kant onwards. In preparation for some later discussion, when I turn to Barth, I focus especially on the third part of Hegel's Science of Logic and his discussion of the so-called ontological proof of the existence of God in the section on the Syllogism.
Baark, S. (2018). Fichte and Hegel on knowledge and self-consciousness, in The affirmations of reason, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 69-111.
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