FROM “NATURE” TO “CULTURE”: THE DESTINY OF NATURALISM IN THE CLASSICAL GERMAN PHILOSOPHY

Yavorskiy Dmitriy Romualdovich
Candidate of Sciences (Philosophy), Associate Professor, Head of Philosophy and Cultural Studies Department, Volgograd Academy of Public Administration
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Abstract: The content transformation of the notion "nature" in the Classical German philosophy is analyzed in the paper. The notion "nature" is understood in the social-constructivistic way as a symbol of unity, which implicates the principles of cultural solidarity. The author shows how and why Kantian discovery of constructivistic essence of the notion "nature" was accepted by Fichte but rejected by Schelling and Hegel.

Key words: nature, naturalism, naturphilosophy, fetishism, Classical German philosophy, Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel.

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