Petr Rezvykh. Lectures on German Idealism
Nov ‘16

Series of lectures about the central philosophers of German idealism: F.W.J. Schelling, G.W.F. Hegel and J.G. Fichte. The lecturer is Petr Rezvykh, the brilliant Russian specialist in this field.

A series of academic lectures that were given in 2011 at the Higher School of Economics by Petr Rezvykh – PhD in History of Philosophy, Associate Professor of the School of Philosophy, National Research University Higher School of Economics. The series were published by Victor Gorbatov and are divided into 3 parts that are devoted to F.W.J. Schelling, G.W.F. Hegel and J.G. Fichte, respectively. We also added an Introduction – Rezvykh’s mini-lecture on PostNauka about the views on the notion of German Idealism in general, and a Conclusion – his academic detailed lecture on the same subject that was organized by Moscow College of Philosophy in 2012 at Russian State University for the Humanities.

 

1. Introduction. The Notion of German Idealism

2. Lectures on Schelling

a) Intellectual Background of the Epoch, Schelling’s Biography and His Heritage
b) The Problem of Intellectual Contemplation and Unconditional “I Am”
c) Absolute Identity, Natural Philosophy and Transcendental Idealism
d) Schelling’s Natural Philosophy

3. Lectures on Hegel

a) Introduction to the Phenomenology of Spirit Reading
b) On Essense and Appearance [fragment]
c) Form and Content, Possibility and Actuality

4. Lectures on Fichte

a) Origin and General Idea of Wissenschaftslehre (“Doctrine of Scientific Knowledge”)
b) Foundations and Deduction of the Categories
c) Morals, Right and State

5. Conclusion. System and Crisis: Uncanonical Image of “German Idealism”

 

1. Introduction. The Notion of German Idealism

 

2. Lectures on Schelling

a) Intellectual Background of the Epoch, Schelling’s Biography and His Heritage

Apr 12, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

b) The Problem of Intellectual Contemplation and Unconditional “I Am”

Apr 19, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

c) Absolute Identity, Natural Philosophy and Transcendental Idealism

Apr 19, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

d) Schelling’s Natural Philosophy

Apr 26, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

3. Lectures on Hegel

a) Introduction to the Phenomenology of Spirit Reading

May 24, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

b) On Essense and Appearance [fragment]

May 31, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

c) Form and Content, Possibility and Actuality

June 07, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

4. Lectures on Fichte

a) Origin and General Idea of Wissenschaftslehre (“Doctrine of Scientific Knowledge”)

June 03, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

b) Foundations and Deduction of the Categories

June 03, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

c) Morals, Right and State

June 03, 2011; NRU HSE.

 

5. Conclusion. System and Crisis: Uncanonical Image of “German Idealism”

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