Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling

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Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Schelling bi Joseph Karl Stieler, 1835
Born27 Januar 1775(1775-01-27)
Leonberg, Württemberg, Haly Roman Empire
Dee'd20 August 1854(1854-08-20) (aged 79)
Bad Ragaz, Swisserland
Alma materTübinger Stift, Varsity o Tübingen
(1790–1795; MA 1792; PhD, 1795)
Leipzig Varsity
(1797; na degree)
Era19t-century filosofie
RegionWastren Philosofie
SchuilGerman idealism
Post-Kantian transcendental idealism[1]
Objective idealism (after 1800)[2]
Jena Romanticism
Romanticism in science
InstitutionsVarsity o Jena
Varsity o Würzburg
Varsity o Erlangen
Varsity o Munich
Varsity o Berlin
Main interests
Naturphilosophie, naitural science, aesthetics, metapheesics, epistemology, filosofie o releegion
Notable ideas
Seestem o Naturphilosophie, Identitätsphilosophie (filosofie o identity), positive Philosophie (positive filosofie), airt as "the eternal organ an document o filosofie" whase basic chairacter is an "unconscious infinity,"[3] System der Chemie (seestem o chemistry), makkin the term "absolute idealism"[4]

Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling (German: [ˈʃɛlɪŋ]; 27 Januar 1775 – 20 August 1854), later (efter 1812) von Schelling, wis a German filosofer. Staundart histories o filosofie mak him the midpynt in the development o German idealism, situatin him atween Johann Gottlieb Fichte, his mentor in his early years, an Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, his umwhile varsity ruimmate, early friend, an later rival. Interpretin Schelling's filosofie is regairdit as difficult acause o its apparently ever-chyngin naitur.

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  1. Nectarios G. Limnatis, German Idealism and the Problem of Knowledge: Kant, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel, Springer, 2008, pp. 166, 177.
  2. Frederick Beiser, German Idealism: The Struggle Against Subjectivism, 1781-1801, Harvard University Press, 2002, p. 470.
  3. Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling by Saitya Brata Das in Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2011.
  4. The term absoluter Idealismus occurs for the first time in Schelling's Ideen zu einer Philosophie der Natur als Einleitung in das Studium dieser Wissenschaft (Ideas for a Filosofie o Naitur: as Introduction tae the Study o this Science), Vol. 1, P. Krüll, 1803 [1797], p. 80.
  5. Joseph B. Maier, Judith Marcus, and Zoltán Tarrp (ed.), German Jewry: Its History and Sociology: Selected Essays by Werner J. Cahnman, Transaction Publishers, 1989, p. 212.
  6. a b Robert J. Richards, The Romantic Conception of Life: Science and Philosophy in the Age of Goethe, University of Chicago Press,, 2002, p. 129.