The Concept of Drive in Classical German Philosophy: Between Biology, Anthropology, and Metaphysics (Hardcover)

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The Concept of Drive in Classical German Philosophy: Between Biology, Anthropology, and Metaphysics (Hardcover)

By Manja Kisner (Editor), Jörg Noller (Editor)

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Chapter 1: Introduction.- Chapter 2: The Theory of Drive: The Dual Legacy of Leibniz's Theory of Appetition.- Chapter 3: Between Reimarus and Kant: Blumenbach's Concept of Trieb.- Chapter 4: Stoic dispositional innatism and Herder's concept of force.- Chapter 5: The economy of the Bildungstrieb in Goethe's comparative anatomy.- Chapter 6: "Wie die Triebe, so der Sinn; und wie der Sinn, so die Triebe" Jacobi on Reason as a Form of Life.- Chapter 7: Kant on Driving Forces: Parallels and Differences in Kant's Conceptualization of Trieb and Triebfeder.- Chapter 8: The drive to society in Kant's Critique of the Power of Judgment.- Chapter 9: Feeling and life in Kant's account of the beautiful and the sublime.- Chapter 10: Equine Driving: Plato, Kant and Fichte on the Teamwork of the Mind.- Chapter 11: "The drive to be an I is at the same time the drive to think and to feel." Hardenberg/Novalis on Drives, Faculties and Powers.- Chapter 12: Drive, Will, and Reason: Reinhold and Schiller on Realizing Freedom after Kant.- Chapter 13: Drives in Schelling: Drives as cognitive faculties.- Chapter 14: The Trieb of Dialectic-Systematic and Thematic Extension of the Concept of Trieb in Hegel.- Chapter 15: Trieb and Triebe in Schopenhauer's metaphysics of nature.

Product Details ISBN: 9783030841591
ISBN-10: 3030841596
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: October 27th, 2021
Pages: 350
Language: English