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PHIL 367 - Lecture (Feb. 6th)

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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 367
Professor
Susan Judith Hoffmann
Semester
Winter

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thFeb 6SchillerAttempts to finish transcendental idealism believes that freedom can definitely be attainedBegins with natural man but very different from Rousseau really Believes that it is a communal body that is established by force and that to transform the natural state to a moral state there is a prerequisite of an aesthetic stateThis is because that aesthetics is the only thing that is pure in the human condition Art is the beauty and purity that morality seeks to attain But it must be teased outeducationThe problem with modern humanity is that man is either too savage too influenced by the sense impulse or too abstract too influenced by the formal impulse The self needs a resistance to exist The form and the resistance are interdependent The first drive of the self is to have form and the second is to give matter to form These impulses interact XIV XV ideally in a way so that both can function at a maximum without both overpow
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