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Title Figuring the self : subject, absolute, and others in classical German philosophy / David E. Klemm and Günter Zöller, editors.
Imprint Albany : State University of New York Press, [1997]
©1997

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Series SUNY series in philosophy
SUNY series in philosophy.
Subject Self (Philosophy)
Absolute, The.
Philosophy, German -- 18th century.
Philosophy, German -- 19th century.
Alt Name Klemm, David E., 1947-
Zöller, Günter, 1954-
Description 1 online resource (xi, 271 pages).
Note Chiefly proceedings of a conference held Apr. 9-11, 1992, at the University of Iowa.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Part 1: Self and subject -- Subjectivity and individuality: survey of a problem / Manfred Frank -- Self as matter and form: some reflections on Kant's view of the soul / Richard E. Aquila -- Kant and the self: a retrospective / Karl Ameriks -- An eye for an I: Fichte's transcendental experiment / Gunter Zoller -- Part 2: Self and the absolute -- Self consciousness and speculative thinking / Dieter Henrich -- Romantic conceptions of the self in Holderlin and Novalis / Jane E. Kneller -- Realizing nature in the self: Schelling on art and intellectual intuition in the system of transcendental idealism / Richard L. Velkley -- Schleiermacher on the self: immediate self-consciousness as feeling and as thinking / David E. Klemm -- Part 3: Self and others -- Absolute subject and absolute subjectivity in Hegel / Walter Jaeschke -- Appropriating selfhood: Schleiermacher and Hegel on subjectivity as mediated activity / Jeffrey L. Hoover -- The root of humanity: Hegel on communication and language / John Durham Peters -- Heidegger and Wittgenstein on the subject of Kantian philosophy / David G. Stern.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585089256 (electronic bk.)
9780585089256 (electronic bk.)
0791431991
0791432009
OCLC # 43475824
Additional Format Print version: Figuring the self. Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1997 0791431991 (DLC) 96012018 (OCoLC)34476794
Table of Contents
 Introduction / David E. Klemm, Gunter Zoller 
1Subjectivity and Individuality: Survey of a Problem / Manfred Frank3
2Self as Matter and Form: Some Reflections on Kant's View of the Soul / Richard E. Aquila31
3Kant and the Self: A Retrospective / Karl Ameriks55
4An Eye for an I: Fichte's Transcendental Experiment / Gunter Zoller73
5Self-Consciousness and Speculative Thinking / Dieter Henrich99
6Romantic Conceptions of the Self in Holderlin and Novalis / Jane E. Kneller134
7Realizing Nature in the Self: Schelling on Art and Intellectual Intuition in the System of Transcendental Idealism / Richard L. Velkley149
8Schleiermacher on the Self: Immediate Self-Consciousness as Feeling and as Thinking / David E. Klemm169
9Absolute Subject and Absolute Subjectivity in Hegel / Walter Jaeschke193
10Appropriating Selfhood: Schleiermacher and Hegel on Subjectivity as Mediated Activity / Jeffrey L. Hoover206
11"The Root of Humanity": Hegel on Communication and Language / John Durham Peters227
12Heidegger and Wittgenstein on the Subject of Kantian Philosophy / David G. Stern245
 Contributors261
 Subject Index263
 Author Index267