Základ všeho vědosloví J. G. Fichta: Založení vědy jako sebezaložení člověka

Richard Zika


Fichte’s Foundations of the Entire Science of Knowledge:  The Foundation of Science as Self-Constitution of Human Being
The effort of Fichte’s Foundations of the Entire Science of Knowledge is to ground the whole of the science in so called principles. This aim is a specific expression of the project of self-assurance of human being characterizing the important movement of modern metaphysics. The movement towards self-assurance even culminates here: it gets a form of showing human being as an entity founding (or producing) itself and in totality with itself the whole of (experienced) actuality. The foundation of science is therefore in this Fichte’s work completely subordinated to the project of explicit self-constitution of human being based in practical-theoretical mastering of consciousness of its own ontological-ontical priority.


Fichte; principle; self-assurance; human being

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TEORIE VĚDY / THEORY OF SCIENCE – journal for interdisciplinary studies of science is published twice a year by the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (Centre for Science, Technology, and Society Studies). ISSN 1210-0250 (Print) ISSN 1804-6347 (Online) MK ČR E 18677 web: http://teorievedy.flu.cas.cz /// email: teorievedy@flu.cas.cz