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In: Fichte Studien

Against the background of the criticism that the reflection theory of self-awareness has drawn from the Heidelberg School, a criticism first directed a Fichte, this article addresses the question of how Fichte’s reasoning in his Attempt of a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre relates to the reflection theory of self-awareness. The question is motivated by the observation that Fichte seems to combine explicit criticism of this theory with affirmative adoption of some main features of the same. The article concludes that Fichte succeeds in pointing out an immediate self-awareness, consisting in the self-awareness in thinking, which is, however, not suited for functioning as a first cause of consciousness, and, if forced to function in this way, falls prey to the vicious circle object to the reflection theory.

In: Fichte Studien
In: Endangst und Erlösung 1
In: Hölderlin-Jahrbuch
In: Mit Fichte philosophieren

Abstract

Against the background of the criticism that the reflection theory of self-awareness has drawn from the Heidelberg School, a criticism first directed a Fichte, this article addresses the question of how Fichte’s reasoning in his Attempt of a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre relates to the reflection theory of self-awareness. The question is motivated by the observation that Fichte seems to combine explicit criticism of this theory with affirmative adoption of some main features of the same. The article concludes that Fichte succeeds in pointing out an immediate self-awareness, consisting in the self-awareness in thinking, which is, however, not suited for functioning as a first cause of consciousness, and, if forced to function in this way, falls prey to the vicious circle object to the reflection theory.

In: Mit Fichte philosophieren
Neununddreißigster Band 2014-2015
Das Hölderlin-Jahrbuch 39, 2014-2015, bringt Beiträge der 34. Jahresversammlung der Hölderlin-Gesellschaft 2014 in Konstanz zu dem Thema Hölderlin und die Religion und enthält darüber hinaus Abhandlungen u. a. zu Hölderlins Aufenthalt in Zürich 1791, zum Vergleich der Oden Der Main und Der Nekar und zu einem Entwurf im Homburger Folioheft. Rezensionen sowie Berichte aus den Arbeitsgesprächen und dem Forum junger Hölderlin-Forscher runden den Band ab.