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Tables of Contents for Introduction to German Philosophy
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
viii
 
Introduction
1
12
1 The Kantfan Revolution
13
28
Making Kant Accessible
14
3
The First Critique
17
4
The Transcendental Subject
21
3
Judgement
24
3
Reason
27
3
Morals and Foundations
30
5
Nature and Freedom: The Third Critique
35
6
2 The Discovery of Language: Hamann and Herder
41
17
Origins of Language
41
2
Irrationalism
43
2
Hamann: Language and Reason
45
5
Herder
50
4
The Origin of Language
54
4
3 German Idealism: From Fichte to the Early Schelling
58
21
The Limits of Self-Determination
58
2
Foundationalism and the Subject
60
5
The Idealist Claim
65
3
Fichtean Idealism
68
3
Nature and Mind: Schelling
71
8
4 German Idealism: Hegel
79
15
Universal Mediation
79
2
The Phenomenology of Mind
81
7
Questions of Being
88
6
5 Critiques of Idealism I: The Early Romantics to Feuerbach
94
24
Romanticism and the Critique of Idealism
94
7
Reason and Wi11
101
9
The Young Hegelians and the End of Philosophy
110
8
6 Critiques of Idealism II: Marx
118
15
The Ends of Philosophy
118
2
Alienation
120
6
Historical Materialism
126
7
7 Critiques of Idealism III: Nietzsche
133
23
Tragedy and Modernity
133
5
Fiction, Rhetoric and Argument
138
4
Revaluations
142
4
Genealogy and the Will to Power
146
8
Four Options
154
2
8 The Linguistic Turn
156
25
Origins
156
4
Frege
160
6
The Vienna Circle and Wittgenstein's Tractatits
166
10
Scientific Philosophy
176
5
9 Phenomenology
181
18
The Continental/Analytical Divide
181
3
The Central Concepts of Husserl's Phenomenology
184
8
Foundational Problems
192
2
Mathematization and the Life-world
194
5
10 Heidegger: Being and Hermeneutics
199
23
Understanding Being
199
5
Being and Time
204
8
Truth
212
3
The Turn
215
7
11 Critical Theory
222
24
'Metaphysics' and Modernity
222
7
Walter Benjamin: Language and Time
229
5
Dialectics and Disaster
234
5
Negative Dialectics
239
7
Conclusion
246
25
Philosophy and Modernity
246
6
Hans-Georg Gadamer
252
3
J├╝rgen Habermas
255
9
Prospects
264
7
Glossary
271
10
References
281
7
Index
288