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DATE

2016

AUTHORS

Konrad Utz

ABSTRACT

Thematically, modernity was characterized by its concern for the finite subject: the world and God only appear under its perspective. Formally, it was characterized by the tendencies of individualization and universalization. Methodologically, its fundamental feature was self-reference, which materialized in ethical and political thought as freedom. German Idealists unite all these traits within comprehensive, principle-based systems. However, as with all modernity before them, they neglect the particular: that which is neither purely individual nor purely universal, but specifically distinct. German Idealism can thus be seen as the turning point of modernity because it reaches the highest possible point of inidividuo-universalism and because philosophy after it is marked by the return of the particular. However, since post-idealist modernity gave up the project of a comprehensive, principle-based theory, its account of the particular remains one-sided. The lasting challenge of German Idealism is not to abandon the idea of systematic philosophy, but to integrate the particular—to comprehend the latter systematically, instead of only picking it up by concepts such as ‘plurality,’ ‘relativity,’ ‘context-dependence,’ or ‘language-games.’ More... »

PAGES

293-317

Book

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Rethinking German Idealism

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978-1-137-53513-9
978-1-137-53514-6

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1057/978-1-137-53514-6_13

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