Addresses to the German Nation ePUB Ó the German

Addresses to the German Nation ePUB Ó the German


Addresses to the German Nation [Download] ➵ Addresses to the German Nation ➾ Johann Gottlieb Fichte – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk This is the first translation of Fichte s addresses to the German nation for almost years The series of speeches, delivered whilst Berlin was under French occupation after Prussia s disastrous defea This is the German PDF/EPUB ë the first translation of Fichte s Addresses to the German Nation for almostyears The series ofspeeches, delivered whilst Berlin was under French occupation after Prussia s disastrous defeat at the Battle of Jena in , is widely regarded as a founding document of German nationalism, celebrated and reviled in equal measure Fichte s account of the distinctiveness of the German people and his belief in the native superiority of its culture helped to shape German national identity throughout the nineteenth century and beyond With an extensive introduction that puts Fichte s argument in its intellectual and Addresses to Kindle - historical context, this edition brings an important and seminal work to a modern readership All of the usual series features are provided, including notes for further reading, chronology, and brief biographies of key individuals.

    Download PDF books its intellectual and Addresses to Kindle - historical context, this edition brings an important and seminal work to a modern readership All of the usual series features are provided, including notes for further reading, chronology, and brief biographies of key individuals."/>
  • Paperback
  • 202 pages
  • Addresses to the German Nation
  • Johann Gottlieb Fichte
  • English
  • 11 February 2017
  • 0521448735

About the Author: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

Johann Gottlieb the German PDF/EPUB ë Fichte was a German philosopher He was one of the founding figures of the philosophical movement known as German idealism, a movement that developed from the theoretical and ethical writings of Immanuel Kant Fichte is often perceived as a figure whose philosophy forms a bridge between the ideas of Kant and the German Idealist Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Recently, philosophers and scholars have begun to appreciate Fichte as an important philosopher in his own right due to his original insights into the nature of self consciousness or self awareness Like Descartes and Kant before him, the Addresses to Kindle - problem of subjectivity and consciousness motivated much of his philosophical rumination Fichte also wrote political philosophy, and is thought of by some as the father of German nationalismHis son, Immanuel Hermann Fichte, was also a renowned philosopher.



10 thoughts on “Addresses to the German Nation

  1. Hristo Ivanov Hristo Ivanov says:

    Fiche after having finished with his hard philosophy and letting his students finish the job Schelling and indirectly Hegel , went on to make popular philosophy and writings because he feld a connection with the ideal of the German Nation and it s people The French Revolution in Germany was this, an emerging Nationalism after the decay of the Holy Roman Empire and the loss of the Austrians by Napoleon and before that by the French armies of the French Revolution This gave the germans and the Fiche after having finished with his hard philosophy and letting his students finish the job Schelling and indirectly Hegel , went on to make popular philosophy and writings because he feld a connection with the ideal of the German Nation and it s people The French Revolution in Germany was this, an emerging Nationalism after the decay of the Holy Roman Empire and the loss of the Austrians by Napoleon and before that by the French armies of the French Revolution This gave the germans and their philosophers the dream of a unified German Nation that would stand as well as England, France and Spain Fiche being the first to spread this among the people Herder being the first theoretically to form the idea of Nationalism , had these addresses formed All subsequent nationalism in all of Central and Eastern Europe followed the general rules he wrote for awakening the nations, that were under various empires Fichte is a hero for composing this, not only for Germany, but also for all nations that lead liberation wars against occupying armies

  2. Luis Francisco Contreras Luis Francisco Contreras says:

    I ve skimmed through all the addresses to get a good idea of his principles, but I ve especially focused on his second, third, and tenth addresses It s chilling to the bone to read the principles and justifications of our western schooling system After reading it it s not surprising to understand the ineptitude and ineffectiveness of the current system.

  3. Hakan Alpan Hakan Alpan says:

    Ein Buch wie ein Hieb ins Gesicht des geschichtlichen Verst ndnisses.Als ich dieses Werk zu lesen begann begleiteten mich sowohl die Empfehlungen mancher wie auch die Warnungen anderer Manch einem erschien dies als Schl ssel zum gesunden Nationalverst ndnisses und zum freien Charakter, dem anderen als verworrenes, idealistisches Werk eines Kindes seiner Zeit Was man lobend erw hnen muss ist, dass die Passagen ber die Erziehung in einer sehr nachvollziehbaren fast l blichen Abhandlung geschrie Ein Buch wie ein Hieb ins Gesicht des geschichtlichen Verst ndnisses.Als ich dieses Werk zu lesen begann begleiteten mich sowohl die Empfehlungen mancher wie auch die Warnungen anderer Manch einem erschien dies als Schl ssel zum gesunden Nationalverst ndnisses und zum freien Charakter, dem anderen als verworrenes, idealistisches Werk eines Kindes seiner Zeit Was man lobend erw hnen muss ist, dass die Passagen ber die Erziehung in einer sehr nachvollziehbaren fast l blichen Abhandlung geschrieben ist Auch die Aufteilung in sprachlich abgegrenzte R ume erscheint logisch und gut begr ndet Dieses Besuch ist eine gelungene Erg nzung zu Herders Ausf hrungen zum Thema Nationalismus.AberZu weilen hat man das Gef hl Fichte m chte gar nicht richtig verstanden werden Seine Ausf hrungen wiederholen sich ab und zu Es ist nicht immer klar worauf Fichte abzieht oder worin der Kern seines Gedankens besteht Manchmal ist man verwirrt von langen S tzen, welche verschachtelt und unstrukturiert scheinen.Fazit Ein Muss f r jeden der das Ph nomen Nationalismus verstehen will ohne von den Einfl ssen des fr hen 20 Jahrhunderts in seiner Meinung verf lscht zu werden Allerdings ben tigt dieses Werk eine kritische Lesweise insbesondere beim Thema der Religion

  4. Cathrine Cathrine says:

    Eight address

  5. JB JB says:

    Fichte was an evil man This book led to public school, a system designed to dumb down and destroy children while separating them from their parents and any cultural influence.

  6. Leonardo Leonardo says:

    La soberan a nacional y la soberan a popular fueron, por lo tanto, productos de una construcci n espiritual, es decir, la construcci n de una identidad Cuando Edmund Burke se opuso a Siey s, su postura fue mucho menos diferente que lo que el clima pol mico t rrido de la poca podr a hacernos suponer A n para Burke, de hecho, la soberan a nacional era el producto de una construcci n espiritual de identidad Este hecho puede reconocerse a n m s claramente en la obra de aquellos que levantaron el La soberan a nacional y la soberan a popular fueron, por lo tanto, productos de una construcci n espiritual, es decir, la construcci n de una identidad Cuando Edmund Burke se opuso a Siey s, su postura fue mucho menos diferente que lo que el clima pol mico t rrido de la poca podr a hacernos suponer A n para Burke, de hecho, la soberan a nacional era el producto de una construcci n espiritual de identidad Este hecho puede reconocerse a n m s claramente en la obra de aquellos que levantaron el estandarte del proyecto contrarrevolucionario en el continente europeo Las concepciones continentales de esta construcci n espiritual revivieron tanto las tradiciones de la naci n hist ricas como las voluntaristas y agregaron a la concepci n del desarrollo hist rico una s ntesis trascendental en la soberan a nacional Esta s ntesis ya est alcanzada en la identidad de la naci n y el pueblo Johann Gottlieb Fichte, por ejemplo, proclama en t rminos m s o menos mitol gicos que la patria y el pueblo son representaci n y medida de eternidad terrena son lo que aqu en la tierra puede ser inmortal Imperio P g 83

  7. Jesse Jesse says:

    Despite the diatribes on the superiority of the German race and the interesting thoughts on the differences between the dead foreign languages and the living German language, this was a remarkable text Forcefully written Fichte was quite the orator and powerful Particularly enjoyed his thoughts on education and his insistence that all problems with the state of the nation could be traced back to matters of education I think that diagnosis could easily apply to the present day United Despite the diatribes on the superiority of the German race and the interesting thoughts on the differences between the dead foreign languages and the living German language, this was a remarkable text Forcefully written Fichte was quite the orator and powerful Particularly enjoyed his thoughts on education and his insistence that all problems with the state of the nation could be traced back to matters of education I think that diagnosis could easily apply to the present day United States as well

  8. Alice Alice says:

    I, myself, have only read the fourth address, and seeing the roots of German supremacist thought form through the eloquent speech of Fichte is truly frightening That being said the content of his Fourth Address truly made me want to learn German.I would have given this a 5 star simply because Fitche is obviously a genius but I found his way of writing a bit tedious and at times confusing I much prefer Herder s method of writing.

  9. Jackson Cyril Jackson Cyril says:

    A lot of nationalistic clap trap here, but Fichte standing up and delivering them as Napoleon s armies were overrunning Germany was very courageous.

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