Johann Gottlieb Fichte, 1762-1814. German Idealist philosopher, traditionally placed after Kant and before Schelling. Associated with the theory of the absolute self, and with the philosophical justification of German nationalism.
Selection from this writer's Dialectical Logic. Considers Fichte's contributions to metaphysics.
Biographical information as well as an introduction to the Science of Knowledge.
Full text of William Smith's translation of this 1810 work of Fichte's.
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