This chapter examines the 1797 Introductions to Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre and part one of the 1794 version of the same work in order to specify Fichte’s engagement with Kant. It contextualizes Hegel’s solution to the Kantian problem of synthesis, since Hegel follows Fichte’s suggestion that determinacy is a matter of positing and transforms Fichtean opposition into determinate negation.
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