Ontologie, Anthropologie, TheologiePosition und Antizipation der Stuttgarter Privatvorlesungen von Schelling

Abstract

The Private Lectures of Stuttgart (1810) are one of the major texts of Schelling’s middle period. They try to return to the positions prior to Of Human Freedom, yet they foreshadow the achievements of the Positive Philosophy. While the Philosophy of Nature and Absolute Idealism worked out a ternary metaphysical model, the latter Schelling tries to construct the concepts of Man and God as going beyond the identity-indifference of their elements, as the being-subordinated of these elements to a transcendent Person. The article presents the movement from the earlier to the latter model and analyses in detail the genesis of Transcendence according to the three spheres of anthropology, ontology and theology.

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