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 (fĭk′tə, fĭKH′-), Johann Gottlieb 1762-1814.
German philosopher whose views on subjectivity, reason, and the moral order of the universe were an important influence on Hegel.


(German ˈfɪçtə)
(Biography) Johann Gottlieb (joˈhan ˈɡɔtliːp). 1762–1814, German philosopher: expounded ethical idealism


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Johann Gottlieb, 1762–1814, German philosopher.
Fich′te•an (-ti ən) adj., n.
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Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814) was the founding figure of the philosophical movement known as German idealism, a branch of thought which grew out of Kant's critical philosophy.
As Feurzeig explains, this notion of self-grounding refers to Idealist philosophy of Schlegel's time, particularly as articulated by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, whose atheist tendencies meant he rejected God as external creator in favor of self-determining the world (p.
En 1794, apenas unos pocos anos antes de que se constituyera lo que se conoce como el circulo romantico (1), Johann Gottlieb Fichte habia establecido las bases de lo que seran las filosofias postkantianas.
De los multiples y variados testimonios de esa influencia he seleccionado como objeto del presente trabajo los que pueden encontrarse en tres textos de Johann Gottlieb Fichte, quien no solo se enmarca en la tradicion republicana, y llega a ser uno de los exponentes mas destacados de su version igualitarista, sino que toma partido por la Revolucion Francesa, de una manera mucho mas decidida que los demas idealistas alemanes.
About thesis and antithesis have also written Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814), and Thomas Schelling (born 1921).
Among the more strongly philosophically inflected chapters, Frederick Armine stresses the importance of Baruch Spinoza for Johann Gottlieb Fichte, presenting Gilles Deleuze as their successor in combining Fichte with Spinoza, while John H.
Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814), political philosopher and intellectual leader of the German nationalist and romanticist reaction against the French Revolution, is regarded as one of the earliest ideological precursors of National Socialism.
1) For an account of the genesis, reception, and publication of the lectures, see Daniel Breazeale's introduction to Fichte: Early Philosophical Writings, by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, trans, and ed.
En otro orden de cosas, Marquard aporta nuevas visiones a la filosofia de Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814) y de Joachim Ritter (1903-1974).
Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814), born to a family of modest means, was given the chance to study some theology and law.
In 1805, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, in collaboration with Friedrich Schleiermacher and Wilhelm von Humboldt, created a new model for higher education, the research university, with the founding of the University of Berlin, known also in Germany as the Humboldt University.
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