Wilhelm G. Jacobs: Gottesbegriff und Geschichtsphilosophie in der Sicht Schellings

SuE II,29
292 p., 15,4 x 20,9 cm.
ISBN 978-3-7728-1536-2
Single price:
€ 82.–

The philosophy of history originated from the debate between the mind, conscious of itself since Descartes, and tradition, especially religion. Spinoza was a vehement advocate of a sensible concept of God. According to Schelling, Lessing and Herder agreed with him. Kant‘s critique replaced this concept of God with a critical concept which allows freedom to be conceivable in history. Schelling goes beyond Kant in conceiving of a God who reveals Himself as an enablement of history, as a realization of freedom. The dispute with religious tradition does not lead to an elimination of the concept of God but instead to a deeper understanding of Him.

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