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  • The Concept of phenomenology in Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre of 1804/II 

    Piché, Claude (De Gruyter, 2010)
    Fichte characterizes the second part of his Doctrine of Science of 1804 with the term « phenomenology », to which he assigns a double meaning : theory of illusion (Schein) and theory of phenomenon (Erscheinung). If the first part of this definition ...
  • Le différend entre Fichte et Reinhold en 1793 : la doctrine des tendances et le problème de la liberté 

    Piché, Claude (Université Saint-Joseph. Faculté des lettres et des sciences humaines, 2006)
    This article focuses on Fichte’s essay on Revelation (2nd ed.) and on his review of Creuzer’s book on the freedom of the will. These texts contain a critique of the theory of freedom exposed by K. L. Reinhold in the Letters on the Kantian Philosophy ...
  • Fichte and the universality of the moral law 

    Piché, Claude (Philosophy documentation center, 2008)
    In his lectures of 1806 On the Way to the Blessed Life, Fichte draws a distinction between lower and higher morality. According to him, the paradigm of the lower morality is to be found in Kant’s ethics insofar as it promotes the uniformity of human ...
  • Fichte's debate with Reinhold in 1793 : the doctrine of drives and the problem of freedom 

    V Fichte, early romanticism and German idealism
    Piché, Claude (Edwin Mellen Press, 2004)
    This article focuses on Fichte’s essay on Revelation (2nd ed.) and on his review of Creuzer’s book on the freedom of the will. These texts contain a critique of the theory of freedom exposed by K. L. Reinhold in the Letters on the Kantian Philosophy ...
  • Fichte, Schleiermacher and W. von Humboldt : on the creation of the University of Berlin 

    Piché, Claude (Rodopi, 2010)
    On the eve of the foundation of the University of Berlin, Wilhelm von Humboldt was in charge of choosing between the various proposals submitted for the organization of the future institution. Since he had to choose for instance between the Fichte’s ...
  • Fichte, Schleiermacher Y W. Von Humboldt, sobre la creación de la universidad de Berlín 

    Piché, Claude (Universidad del Valle. Departamento de Filosofia, 2005)
    On the eve of the foundation of the University of Berlin, Wilhelm von Humboldt was in charge of choosing between the various proposals submitted for the organization of the future institution. Since he had to choose for instance between the Fichte’s ...
  • Fichtes Auseinandersetzung mit Reinhold im Jahre 1793. Die Trieblehre und das Problem der Freiheit 

    Piché, Claude (Schwabe, 2004)
    This article focuses on Fichte’s essay on Revelation (2nd ed.) and on his review of Creuzer’s book on the freedom of the will. These texts contain a critique of the theory of freedom exposed by K. L. Reinhold in the Letters on the Kantian Philosophy ...
  • The letter is particulary lethal in the Wissenschaftslehre 

    Piché, Claude (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
    It is striking to notice that Fichte intended the first written version of his Doctrine of Science (1794-95) “for his listeners,” namely for the students of the University of Jena where he had just taken up his post. Fichte has in fact always believed ...
  • Loi restrictive et loi productive dans l'éthique fichtéenne 

    Piché, Claude (Presses Universitaires de France, 2011-07)
    Dans ses leçons de 1806 sur l’Initiation à la vie bienheureuse, Fichte établit une distinction entre la moralité supérieure et la moralité inférieure. Selon lui, l’éthique kantienne représente la forme paradigmatique de la moralité inférieure dans la ...
  • Les sources du concept fichtéen de phénoménologie dans la Doctrine de la science de 1804 (2e série) 

    Piché, Claude (Université Laval. Faculté de philosophie & Université Laval. Faculté de théologie et de sciences religieuses, 2007-02)
    Fichte caractérise la seconde partie de sa Doctrine de la science de 1804 à l’aide du terme « phénoménologie », auquel il assigne une double signification : théorie de l’apparence et théorie du phénomène. Si le premier volet de sa définition rappelle ...