QUNITUPLICITÀ E INDIVIDUALITÀ. LA COSTRUZIONES DELL'IO IN WL 1807

  • Gaetano Rametta

Resumen

The main topic in Rametta's essay is the transcendental notion of individuality as it appears in Fichte's doctrine of science of 1807. In WL strict sensu Fichte sets the problem of individuality within his twofold concept of quintuplicity. On the one hand, quintuplicity is seen as the fundamental structure of intuition, i.e. as the necessary law to which life is submitted in his appearing. On the other hand, quintuplicity is oponed by the free acts through which the thinking I project itself on that appearance. Fichte sets the instruction of individuality in connection to these five possible kinds of vision (Einsicht). Thus he indicates five worlds constituting the original projections of the I and, at the same time, the schapes through which life collect itself as concrete image of its actual becoming. In this perspective, the Fichtean doctrine of Einsicht takes an ontological meaning and not a merely existential one. The possibility for the I of contituting itself as individuality is the condition without the absolute couldn't appear as life.

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Rametta, G. (1). QUNITUPLICITÀ E INDIVIDUALITÀ. LA COSTRUZIONES DELL’IO IN WL 1807. Daimon Revista Internacional De Filosofia, (9), 115-134. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.um.es/daimon/article/view/13661