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PHIL 367 - Lecture #2 (Jan. 11th)

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 367
Professor
Susan Judith Hoffmann
Semester
Winter

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thJan 11Founder of German Idealism Immanuel Kant 17241804grew out of the Enlightenment and shaped primarily by German conditionsSchelling Fichte Hegel Reinhold etcIdealism Notion that all reality is relative to a mind to ideas or spirit Every conceivable object is an object for a subject Therefore it makes no sense to think of human beings to be fundamentally cut off from reality German Idealism was an intellectual revolution contrary to the French revolution and did not manifest in a physical nor political format Kants hermeneuticalturn Wrote against dominant dogma of physics primarily individualists deists Thought privileged over sensation rationalismidealismempiricism Nature not seen as some great intricate machine but rather is seen as spiritual and interpreted teleologically Leibniz Similarly history is interpreted to have unfolded organicallyno determinism Saw that there was a German
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