Paul Ziche: Mathematische und naturwissenschaftliche Modelle in der Philosophie Schellings und Hegels

SuE II,39
352 p., 15,6 x 20,9 cm.
ISBN 978-3-7728-1769-4
Single price:
€ 98.–

In their philosophical texts, Schelling and Hegel used mathematical and scientific models such as Unendlichkeit (infinity) or Gleichgewicht (balance). The structures of these terms provide a criterion for comparing the positions of Schelling and Hegel, a comparison conducted for Schelling’s identity philosophy and Hegel’s first Jena writings. The most significant result of this comparison is the proof of a fundamental difference between both positions around 1801. It is shown that this was based on differing conceptions of the role of the absolute.

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