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o u
and Will (Cambridge University Press, ±).
Index




in H¨ lderlin, ±
absolute, the o
reality as Spinozistic,  in Fries (as inner necessity), °·
in Fries, ±±± in Hegel, °; as historical achievement,
in Fichte: as intuition, ±±; as I, ±µ °, µ
in Schelling: I, ±·, ±·µ; reality, ±·µ“±·; in Kant: and art, ·µ; and dignity, µ; and
indifference point, ±, ±·; productivity political order, µ“µ·; and reciprocity, µ;
of nature, ±; will, ±, identity, ±° and religion, “; and virtue, µ; as
in Hegel, , ·: freedom, ·; idea, , self-determination, µ; Kantian legacy,
“µ; knowing, , “; spirit, µ; of reason, ·;
“° in Kierkegaard, ·, µµ
in later Schelling,  in Schelling, ±··, ±·; as developmental, ±;
in Schopenhauer,  and art, ±±; later works, 
in Kierkegaard, despair, µ
space, ±°, · Barrow, J. N., ±±
Aenesidemus, ±°µ, ±°, ±°·, ±°, ±±, ±·, ±·µ, ±· Barzun, Jacques, 
alienation, ±±, ±, ±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±,  beauty
Allgemeine Literatur Zeitung, , ±°, ± beautiful soul: in Kant, ·, ·µ, °; in Fries,
Allison, Henry E., °, , , ±, , µ°, ±,  °·; Hegel s critique, ±±, ±, °“, 
Ameriks, Karl, °, ±°± in Fries, °“°·
in Hegel, “
apperception
analytic unity of apperception, ± in H¨ lderlin, ±“±
o
in Kant: and morality, ·; as harmony of
as the “I think that must accompany all one™s
representations,” , °, , µ, µ intellect and imagination, ·°“·±; as
in Hegel, ·, µ re¬‚ective judgment, “·; as universally
in Kant °, ±, µ, ±°,  communicable, ·°; of ¬ne art, ·µ; of
synthetic unity of apperception, ±, µ, ·, nature, ·
, µ in Novalis, ±µ
in Schelling, ±±
art
in Kant, , ·±“·, ·; and nature, ·, ·µ, ° in Schiller, ±
in Schiller, ± in Schopenhauer, “°
Romantic sense of disclosing being, ±° Beethoven, Ludwig van ±, , “
in Novalis, ± Beiser, Frederick C., , °, ±, , ±, ±,
in Friedrich Schlegel, ±°“± ±·°, ±°
in Schelling, ±°“± Berlin, Isaiah, ±
in Fries as beautiful soul, °· Bildung, ·“, , 
in Hegel, , µ“°°, °±, °, ° Blackbourn, David, 
in Schopenhauer, °“ Bonsiepen, Wolfgang, ±, °, °, °µ, ·µ
atheism controversy (Fichte), ±“±° Bowie, Andrew, ±µ·, ±··
Brandom, Robert, ±±, , µ
autonomy
in F. Schlegel, ± Breazeale, Daniel, , ±°·, ±°, ±°, ±±, ±±,
in Fichte, ±± ±±, ±, ±

·
·
Index
Breckman, Warren, ° evil
Bungay, Stephen,  discussed by Hegel, °
Burnham, Scott, , µ discussed by Kant, “, , ·, ±µµ
Butler, Judith, °, ±,  discussed by Schelling, ±“±

Cartesian skepticism, µ, µµ“µ fact of consciousness
in Reinhold “±°±, ±°
categorical imperative, see morality
in Schopenhauer, 
Christianity
and Schelling™s Naturphilosophie, ±µ fact of reason, µ, , , ±±, ±, , ·,
, µ
Catholic Christianity, as appropriated by
philosophers, , ·, ±°, ±°, ±µ, ±, Falke, Gustav-H.H., °
±·, ±, ±, ±°, , ±, ° Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, , °, ±, , , ±°±,
in the conservative reaction, ±“± ±°µ“±°, ±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±,
in Fichte, ± ±, ±±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±µ°, ±µ, ±±,
in Hegel: and art, ·“; as Christian ±, ±µ, ±, ±·±, ±·, ±·, ±·, ±·µ, ±··,
culture, “, °; as religion , ±·, ±, ±·, ±, ±, ±, °°, °±, °,
°°“° ±±, ±, ±, µ, °, , , °, ±,
in Kant, as moral religion, µ·, ,  µ, , , µ, µ±, µ, µ·, µ
in Kierkegaard, ·“µ Forster, Michael, ±, 
in left-Hegelians, ±°“± Frank, Manfred, , ±°µ, ±·, ±, ±µ, ±,
in Novalis, as Christendom or Europe?, ±µ“± ±µ°, ±°, ±·, ±··, ±·, µ
in Schelling™s later work, ±“, µ, freedom
“° as legacy of idealism, “·
in Fichte, ±°“±±; and recognition, ±;
in Schleiermacher as the religion of religion,
±µ“±µµ political, ±
in Fries, °, °, °, °·“°, °
Protestant Christianity, as appropriated by
philosophers, , ·, ±, ±, ±·, ·, in Hegel, °“±; actualization of freedom,
, °, ±, ° ·“; aesthetic presentation of
freedom, , ·“; and French
concepts and intuitions
Revolution, “·; and nature, ·;
as relation of representations to the object
they represent, ·“± Greek freedom, ; in Christianity, ,
in Kant: as representations “µ; and °“°; in history, “; in the state,
in¬nity, µ, ·“·; pure intuition, “; theory of freedom, °“
µ“, , , µ, ·, ·; combination in H¨ lderlin, ±
o
of intuitions and concepts “, , in Kant: and Kantian paradox, µ“°; and
, · supersensible substrate, ·, ·, ·µ, , ±µ°,
in Reinhold,  ±±, °, °°, µ, , ; as autonomy,
in Hegel, ±“°, µ, µ; unity of µ°“µ±; as free choice (Willk¨ r), µ°, µµ“µ·;
u
concept and intuition, ·“, µ“°, civic freedom, µ, “; nature and
µ, ·“·; as subject-object,  freedom, ±, , ±±, ±, ±µ°, ·“··; of
in Schelling (later works), ° reason, °“±; of will, ; practical
Constantine, David, ± freedom, “; third antinomy, , µ,
Copernicus,  ±°, ±, ; transcendental freedom, µ,
µ, , °·, °, , ·, ±, , ;
Darnton, Robert, · see also autonomy
in Kierkegaard, µ°, µ, µ
dignity
in Fries, °·“° in Schelling, ±·, ±··, ±·“±°, ±, ±, ±,
in Kant, µ, µµ, ° ±“, ±, “, ·“
in Schopenhauer,  in Schlegel, ±±, ±
dogmatism, °, ±±, ±°, ±, ±·, , ±·µ in Schleiermacher, ±µ°
Dworkin, Ronald, ° in Schopenhauer, 
see also Kantian paradox
early Romanticism, ·µ, , ±±“±·±, ±, French Revolution, , , ±µ, ±, ±, ±,
°, °·, °, ±,  ±·, ±, , ·, , °·, °, ±°
Eldridge, Richard, ±·, ± Fried, Charles, °
° Index
Friedman, Michael, , ±°, µ in H¨ lderlin: of the self, ±°; as grasp of
o
Fries, Jacob Friedrich, ±“±±, ·µ, , µ being, ±
Fulbrook, Mary,  in Schelling, ±·, ±, , ; of the
Furet, Fran¸ ois, ±µ absolute, ±·µ“±··, ±·, ±; of
c
pre-re¬‚ective unity, ±·; community™s
Gay, Peter, , ±, ± grasp of itself, ±±; of the absolute in
Gerhardt, Volker, ° nature, ±
Giovanni, George di, ±,  in Hegel, criticism of Schelling™s conception,
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang, ±, ±, , , ; critique of, 
±, ±, ±, °, , ·, °, °, intuition (as way of seeing)
,  in Schleiermacher, ±µ±“±µµ, ±µ·
Guyer, Paul, , , · in Schelling, ±·µ“·; as aesthetic intuition, ±±
in Fries, °“°µ
Hamann, Johann Georg, , ° intuition, pure, “, , , µ, ·, ·
Harris, H. S., ±·, °, ,  irony, ±µ, ±°“±±, ±, 
Hartmann, Klaus, 
Hazlitt, William,  Jacobi, Friedrich Heinrich µ, °“, ·, ,
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich , ·, , ±±, , ±, ±±, ±, ±µ°, ±·, ±, °°, °±,
±±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±, ±, ±µ°, ±°, ±µ, °, °, , , , °, µ, ±, ,
±·, ±·, ±, ±°, ±, ±·, ±, °°, °±, µ, °
°, °, ±°, ±·“°, °, °, ±°, ±±, Jacobin, , ±, °·
±, ±, ±, ±µ, ±·, ±, °, , ·, Jews in Germany, ±·, ±µµ, ±µ, °±, °, ±
, ±, , , µ, , , ·, , Fries on Jewishness, ±°
, µ°, µ, µ, µµ, µ, ±, , , Judaism, , ±µµ, °±, ±
µ,  judgment, ±“
Heine, Heinrich, , ±, ±,  aesthetic, ·“·µ, ±µ, ±µ°, ±±, 
Heinrichs, Johannes,  analytic and synthetic, ±“
Henrich, Dieter, ±°±, ±±·, ±·, ±, ± as related to object represented, “
Herder, Johann Gottfried, ±, ±, ±,  categories and, 
H¨ lderlin, Friedrich, ·, ±°, ±±, ±“±, ±µ, determinative, ·
o
±µ°, ±µ±, ±·, ±, ±·, ±, µ, °, µ°, Hegel: judgment and objectivity, µ; and
,  truth, ; and unity of concepts and
Holy Roman Empire, ±, , ±µ, ±, ±,  intuitions, µ; and universal
Horstmann, Rolf-Peter, ·µ self-consciousness, µ; of ¬nite and
Houlgate, Stephen, · in¬nite, µ“µ; of consciousness,
Hume, David, ±, , ·, µ, , , °, ±, µ, “; of re¬‚ection, µ“µ; in
, ·, ±°, ±±, ±· mastery and servitude, “±; of logic
of essence, µµ
Iber, Christian, ± H¨ lderlin on, ±“±°, ±
o
in¬nity and, µ
Idea
in Kant: regulative Idea, “, ·, ±°; re¬‚ective judgment, ·, , ·°, ·±, ·, ·,
practical Idea, , , ·; aesthetic Idea, ·, ±±±
±µ° schematism, 
in Schelling, ±·, ±±, ± synthesis in, , ·
in Fries, ° synthetic a-priori, “, µ, ±, , µ
in Hegel, °, , µ, ±, , , , teleological, ·µ“·, ±±
·°, ·, °; aesthetic Idea, “µ;
Idea as beauty,  Kant, Immanuel, ±µ, ±“±
inferentialism, , ±µ, ±·, °, °, ±, µ, Critique of Judgment, “··, , ±°, ±, ±µ,
°,  ±µ°, ±±, ±, ·°, ··, ±, , °°, µ,
inference license, ±±, ±±, ±±µ , , ±
non-inferential, , ±±, ±, °°, ±±· Critique of Practical Reason, µ“µ, µ, ±, ··,
, ·
intuition
Critique of Pure Reason, ±“µ, ·, ·, , ,
intellectual intuition: in Fichte, as rational
insight into things-in-themselves, ±°“±±; , , ±±, ±±, ±µ°, ±°, °±, °, °,
as self-authorization, ±±, ±±, ±± , µ, ·°, ·, , 
±
Index
Kantian paradox, µ“°, ·µ Napoleon, ±, ±°, ±µ, ±, ±, , ·,
as idealist theme,  °, °·, ±µ, 
in early Romantics, ±µ naturalism, µ, ··, ±±, ±·, ±, °µ, µ, µ·,
in Fichte, ±°, ±±, ±·, ± , ·, ·, , µ·
in Fries, ° nature, see freedom
in Hegel, , , ; as absolute Idea, Naturphilosophie
; as beautiful soul, °; as Christianity, in Schelling, ±·“±, ±, ±°, ±, ±,
°; as freedom, “, µ; as Geist ±µ, µ·
(spirit), ··, ·, °, µ; in Greeks, , in Schelling™s later works, ±, µ, 
·; in Logic, µ, µ·; in Phenomenology, as in Fries, °, °
historical solution, °, ; in in Hegel, , “·µ, ·
Phenomenology, as sociality, ·“ Neuhouser, Frederick, , ·
in Kierkegaard, as despair µ°, µ, ± Newton, Isaac, ±, ±±, ±·, ±·, ±°, °°, °,
in Schelling™s later works, °,  , ·°, ·µ, , 
in Schopenhauer,  Niethammer, Immanuel, ±, 
Kierkegaard, Søren, ±·, ±, µ“µµ, ± Nietzsche, Friedrich, ±·, ±µ, µ, µ·
Kinlaw, Jeffrey C., ± Norton, Robert E., , ·
Korsgaard, Christine, ° noumena, ±, , ·, , ±·, ±, ·, µ,
, 
Lance, Mark, ±± Novalis (Friedrich von Hardenberg), ±±, ±±,
Larmore, Charles, ±·, ± ±, ±·, ±, ±°, ±, ±µ°, ±µ±, ±°, ±±,
leap of faith, °, µ, µ, ± ±, °
Lear, Jonathan,  Hymns to the Night, ±
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, , ±± role in early Romanticism, ±“±
Longuenesse, Beatrice, ·, , , ±, , , ° political theory (Christendom or Europe? ),
Lucinde, ±µ, ± ±µ“±·±

MacIntyre, Alasdair, , µ± Oelsner, Konrad Engelbert, 
McDowell, John, µµ, µ, µ
Maimon, Solomon, ±· Pascal, Blaise, ±, µ
Martin, Wayne, ·, ±±±, ±° Petry, Michael, ·µ
Marx, Karl, °, ±°, ±±“±, ±µ, ±, ±, Pietism, , , , ±, ±µ°, ±µ, ±
, °,  Pinkard, Terry, µ, ±±, ±·, ·, , , ,
mathematics, “, , ±±, µ, ·; as , , , ·, °±, °
iterative procedure, , µ, µ, · Pippin, Robert, ±, , ±, , °, ·, ±±·, ,
Mendelssohn, Moses, , ±, , , ±, ,  ±, µ, , , ·, ±
Mills, Patricia Jagentowicz, ± P¨ ggeler, Otto, 
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Milton, John,  Popularphilosoph (popular philosopher), , °,
monism, , ±±, µ, µ, ··, ·, °± ·, 
purposiveness, ·, ··
morality
categorical imperative, µ°, µ±, µ, µ, , in Hegel, ·°
±, ±, °·, , ±, ° in Schelling, ±±, ±±
enforceable duties, µµ, µ, ° (in Fries) in Schopenhauer, , °
highest good, ±, , , ·, ··, °, , purposiveness without purpose (Kant), ·,
, °,  ·, , °
hypothetical imperative, 
kingdom of ends, µ, µµ, µ, µ, , , ·, radical evil, , , , ·, ±µµ, ±
·µ, ··, ·, °, ·,  Ranke, Leopold von, ±, ±, ±
moral duty (in Kant), µ±, µ, µ, µ, °, , Redding, Paul, µ
, , ±,  Reinhold, Karl Leonhard, “±°, ±°µ, ±°,
moral order, µ, µ·, , ·, ±, ±, ° ±°·, ±±°, ±±, ±µ, ±, ±·, ±µ, ±, ±·,
moral perfection, µ· ±·, ±, °°, °±, °, µ, , µ
obligation, µ±, µ, µ, µ, µ, ±·, °, ±°, Elementarphilosophie, “±°±
, °,  Robinson, Henry Crabb, ±
motion, ±·“±°, °, °µ, ·±, ,  Rockmore, Tom, ±±, ±±, ±, 
music, ±, ±·, °, ±“, “ Rorty, Richard, 
 Index
Salto Mortale ( Jacobi™s leap of faith), “·, °, in Schelling, ±··, ±±, ±µ
µ in Schlegel, ±°“±
Sandk¨ hler, J¨ rg, ± in Schopenhauer, “
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in the legacy of idealism, µ“µ, °, ±,
Schelling, Caroline (Michaelis B¨ hmero
Schlegel), ±, ±µ, ±, ±, ±, ±·, ± “·
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph, , ±±, Sellars, Wilfrid, ±±·, °
±, ±, ±·, ±, ±°, ±, ±, ±µ, ±µ, Seyhan, Azade, ±·
±, °±, °, °, °, ±±, ±·, ±, ±, Shaftesbury, Earl of, ·, ±
°, µ, , ±, µ, ·, ·°, ·±, ·, Shakespeare, ±µ, ±±
°, ±, , , , µ, , ·, , Sheehan, James, µ
µ, µ, µ·,  Sherman, Nancy, °, ±
early writings, ±·“± Siep, Ludwig, 
later views, ±·“ skepticism, °, ·, °, °, µ, , , , ±°°,
Schiller, Friedrich, ±, ±, ±µ, ·, ° ±°, ±·, ±·µ, ±·, ±··, ±, ±, , °,
Schlegel, Friedrich, , ±±, ±, ±, ±·, ±, ±, , µµ“µ
±µ°, ±µ“±, ±, ±µ, ±“±·° Speight, Allen, , °
Schleiermacher, Friedrich Daniel, ±“±µ, Spinoza, Baruch, ±, , , , , ±°, ±·,
±µ, ±°, ±±, ±, ± ±·, ±··, ±·, µ, °±
Schopenhauer, Arthur, ±µ, “µ, , µ, Spinozism, , ±, ±±, ±µ°, ±·, ±·, µ, µ,
µ,  ··, °
Schulze, Gottlob Ernst, ±°µ, ±°· Stamm, Marcelo, 
Scottish in¬‚uences on German philosophy, ±µ, Stekeler-Weithofer, Pirmin, µ
·, , ·, ± Stendhal, µ
Stern, Robert, ±, 
self-consciousness
as criterionless self-ascription, ±·, ±° Sorrows of Young Werther, ±“±µ, 
as self-relation, ±±, ±, ±, ±±, ±, ±·±, , Stolzenberg, J¨ rgen, ±°
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, 
as universal self-consciousness, µ, µ: in Taylor, Charles, ±, ·
Hegel, ±; in Kant, , ± Tilliette, Xavier ±·
Toews, John Edward ±°
Beethoven™s music as romantic
self-consciousness, 
in Fichte: as intellectual intuition, ±±; as Viellard-Baron, Jean-Louis, ±
normative status, ±±“±±; as requiring
other self-conscious agents, ±±, ± Wagner, Richard, ±±, ±, “
in Hegel, “, , µ“µ, µ, · Waibel, Violetta L., ±°
in H¨ lderlin, ±“±±: con¬‚icting tendencies Williams, Bernard, “µ
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in self-consciousness, ±“± Win¬eld, Richard Dien, 
in Kant: as apperception, °; conditions of Wolff, Christian, , ±µ, ·
apperception, “; and experience of Wolff, Michael, 
moral duty, µ Wordsworth, William, ±±, ±µ, 
in Novalis, ±“±µ Wood, Allen, °, ±, , , ·
in Reinhold, ±°
Ziolkowski, Theodore, ±µ
in Romanticism, as criticism of re¬‚ection
model, ±·“± Z¨ ller, G¨ nther, ±±·, ±±
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