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Daniel Breazeale is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kentucky, where he is also Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences. Breazeale has been a frequent recipient of research grants and fellowships from such sources as the National Endowment for Humanities and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation. He is a co-founder of the North American Fichte Society and the author of many essays on Fichte, German idealism, and Nietzsche. He is also the translator of numerous volumes of Fichte's writings and the co-editor of a dozen volumes of collected essays on his philosophy.
Table of Contents
1. Wishful Thinking and the Postulates of Practical Reason
2. The Aenesidemus Review and The Transformation of German Idealism
3. 'Real Synthetic Thinking' and the Principle of Determinability
4. 'A Pragmatic History of the Mind'
5. The Spirit of the Wissenschaftslehre
6. The Divided Self and the Tasks of Philosophy
7. Anstoss, Abstract Realism, and the Finitude of the I
8. Intellectual Intuition
9. Skepticism and Wissenschaftslehre
10. Circles and Grounds
11. Idealism vs. Dogmatism
12. The Interests of Reason
13. The Standpoint of Life and the Standpoint of Philosophy
14. The Problematic Primacy of the Practical
Appendix: Fichte's writings in English translation