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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.8.2020.tde-16072020-133448
Document
Author
Full name
Lucas Nascimento Machado
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Safatle, Vladimir Pinheiro (President)
Bordignon, Michela
Brandão, Eduardo
Miranda, Marloren Lopes
Title in Portuguese
A forma determinante: determinação, forma e conteúdo no idealismo alemão
Keywords in Portuguese
Conteúdo
Determinação
Forma
Forma Determinante
Identidade
Abstract in Portuguese
Em nossa tese, visaremos mostrar que a ideia de que a forma determina o conteúdo é constitutiva do idealismo alemão. Começaremos por seu precursor, Kant, que defenderá que a forma de nosso conhecimento do objeto determina também o seu conteúdo, apenas, porém, enquanto objeto de nosso conhecimento e não em sua existência. A seguir, veremos como essa ideia da forma determinante será radicalizada por Maimon, Fichte, Schelling, de modo que a forma será inseparável do conteúdo originário que estaria na base de nosso conhecimento e que forneceria o seu fundamento real, mesmo anteriormente a todo conhecimento dele. Por fim, veremos como Hegel levará essa ideia às suas últimas consequências, de modo que a forma será não apenas será inseparável do conteúdo originário de nosso conhecimento, como mesmo o produzirá primeiramente, por um processo em que a forma, negando a si mesma, se tornará o seu próprio conteúdo.
Title in English
The determinant form: determination, form and content in German idealism
Keywords in English
Content
Determinant Form
Determination
Form
Identity
Abstract in English
In our thesis, we aim to show that the idea that form determines content is constitutive of German idealism. We will start with its precursor, Kant, who will defend that the form of our knowledge of the object also determines its content, only, however, as an object of our knowledge and not in its existence. Next, we will see how this idea of the determinant form will be radicalized by Maimon, Fichte, Schelling, so that the form will be inseparable from the original content that would be the basis of our knowledge and that would provide its real foundation, even before all knowledge of it . Finally, we will see how Hegel will take this idea to its ultimate consequences, so that the form will not only be inseparable from the original content of our knowledge, but will even produce it first, by a process in which the form, denying itself, will become its own content.
 
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Publishing Date
2020-07-16
 
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