m1 m4


N. 36 (2020)

Gianluca De Candia

Ausgang vom Unbedingten:
Schelling oltre criticismo e dogmatismo

PP. 168-184

1. Kant: l’incondizionato come idea regolativa per l’esercizio della ragione, p. 170; 2. Jacobi: il “salto mortale” verso l’Incondizionato oltre i confini della ragione, p. 175; 3. Schelling: il passaggio verso l’incondizionato oltre Kant e Jacobi, p. 177.

Ausgang vom Unbedingten: Schelling beyond Criticism and Dogmatism
The aim of this paper is to analyze Schelling’s notion of “Ausgang vom Unbedingten” in the comparison between Kant’s criticism and Jacobi’s dogmatism. The transition from the finite to the unconditional is carried out by all three authors referring to a concept of leap (“Sprung”), although the forms of its elaboration are completely different. On his part Schelling elaborates a position equidistant from both Kant and Jacobi. The approach proposed here follows a systematic perspective and helps to highlight how the decisive distinction between negative and positive philosophy theorized by late Schelling, presents itself as a development of problems that had already been formulated in the initial phase of his reflection.

Keywords: Kant, Jacobi, inverted idea, freedom, negative and positive philosophy.


L. Pareyson  |  Home  |  Presentazione  |  Lo statuto  |  Attività in corso  |  Archivio attività
Pubblicazioni  |  Annuario Filosofico  |  Links  |  Come raggiungerci
Scuola di Alta Formazione Filosofica  |  Accessibilità