Der Mensch im Mythos: Untersuchungen über Ontotheologie, Anthropologie und Selbstbewusstseinsgeschichte in Schellings 'Philosophie der Mythologie'

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Overview

In his late philosophy, Schelling develops a new type of philosophy which enters into competition with Hegel's metaphysics. With this, he not only attacks Hegel on the basis of his fundamental theoretical assumptions, but also attempts to outdo him with a new concept of religion. The study examines this, taking at its starting point Schelling's "Philosophy of Mythology".
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"Sein [Gabriels] Werk gibt dem aufmerksamen Studium der klassischen deutschen Philosophie neue Impulse: Gabriel nimmt in ihm deren Denktradition wieder auf, indem er sie nicht nur als Feld einer antiquarischen Rekonstruktion versteht, sondern in den sachbezogenen philosophischen Diskurs der Gegenwart hineinwirken lässt."Matteo Vincenzo d'Alfonso in: Philosophische Rundschau 1/2011
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Markus Gabriel, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg.
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Table of Contents


Vorwort     VII
Einleitung
Ein einleitender Abrib der Forschungsgeschichte zum spaten Schelling     8
Der Mensch im Mythos oder die Einheit dreier Ansatze: Ontotheologie, Anthropologie und Selbstbewubtseinsgeschichte     27
Aufrib der folgenden Arbeit     40
Die Einheit von Sein und Denken in der Philosophischen Einleitung in die Philosophie der Mythologie
Das ens realissimum der neuzeitlichen Ontotheologie als [Characters not reproducible]     54
Kants Lehre vom transzendentalen Ideal der reinen Vernunft und der Ubergang in die Potenzenlehre     104
Die Potenzenlehre     116
Der Satz vom Widerspruch als Bewegungsgesetz der Potenzendialektik     146
Die Potenzendialektik als Selbstuberstieg des Denkens in die Anschauung des absoluten Seins     179
Sein und Selbst. Schellings Umkehrung des ontologischen Gottesbeweises     196
Schellings Psychologie: Geist, Seele, Bewubtsein     218
Der Mensch als gottsetzendes Bewubtsein und der anthropologische Ubergang in die positive Philosophie
Mythologie als Tautegorie     234
Der Eleatismus des Urbewubtseins     266
Selbstbewubtsein und Sundenfall     283
Das Sein des Staates der Fall des Selbstbewubtseins     312
Person sucht Person     333
Die Philosophie der Mythologie alsSelbstbewubtseinsgeschichte
Begriff und Funktion der Selbstbewubtseinsgeschichte im System des transzendentalen Idealismus     368
Hesiod und Homer: Die doppelte Vergegenstandlichung von Mensch und Mythos     410
Die Mysterien als Selbstbewubtsein der Mythologie und ihre Bedeutung fur die griechische Philosophie     442
Ausblick     465
Literaturverzeichnis     483
Personenregister     499
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