Fichte’s Doctrine of Science after the ‘atheism controversy’ is an example of philosophical reflection on the ontological argument from a transcendental point of view. It’s argued that against Hegel’s speculative position, for which a theoretical proof of God’s existence requires to overcome the so-called philosophy of reflection, Fichte’s Doctrine of Science represents a form of trascendental investigation which permits to demonstrate a priori the existence of God by a philosophical thought which is conscious of itself and knows its boundaries. The relationship between God and world pertains to the possibility of a finite experience, which is required from the standpoint of the thought that reflects on itself and is therefore unable to speak of the absolute from the standpoint of the absolute (Hegel). In opposition to Kant’s theory, Fichte claims that God as idea represents not only a regulative value for the human knowledge, but it is also essentially bound to the absolute knowledge.

Le réhabilitation fichtéenne de l'argument ontologique / FABBIANELLI F.. - (2009), pp. 453-464.

Le réhabilitation fichtéenne de l'argument ontologique

FABBIANELLI, Faustino
2009

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Fichte’s Doctrine of Science after the ‘atheism controversy’ is an example of philosophical reflection on the ontological argument from a transcendental point of view. It’s argued that against Hegel’s speculative position, for which a theoretical proof of God’s existence requires to overcome the so-called philosophy of reflection, Fichte’s Doctrine of Science represents a form of trascendental investigation which permits to demonstrate a priori the existence of God by a philosophical thought which is conscious of itself and knows its boundaries. The relationship between God and world pertains to the possibility of a finite experience, which is required from the standpoint of the thought that reflects on itself and is therefore unable to speak of the absolute from the standpoint of the absolute (Hegel). In opposition to Kant’s theory, Fichte claims that God as idea represents not only a regulative value for the human knowledge, but it is also essentially bound to the absolute knowledge.
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Le réhabilitation fichtéenne de l'argument ontologique / FABBIANELLI F.. - (2009), pp. 453-464.
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