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Where does Schelling discuss the "bad" or spurious infinity?

The passage is translated in Marginal Modernity by Lisi, p.73-4 from Frank's Einführung in die frühromantische Ästhetik, p. 242-3. I do not have access to Frank's book to track the original citation. ...
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How influential was "galvanism" on philosophy, and was it rightfully so?

Philosophical galvanism (as opposed to the empirical study of electricity in animal tissues) was a peculiar form of vitalism. While vitalism in general was quite popular and influential in the late ...
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Overview of Schelling's philosophy

Very good reads on the topic are: "German Idealism" by Frederick C. Beiser. "The Genesis of Neo-Kantianism" by Frederick C. Beiser. Note, however, that these concern a reinterpretation of neo-...
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Did Schelling have a theory of force?

I doubt that Schelling is getting his inspiration on this point from Hegel. More likely, they are both depending on the conception of science at the time. A few pieces of background on what's going ...
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Was Luhmann influenced by Schelling?

It is very hard to prove a negative, but I am pretty confident that there is no direct influence after checking a lot of English and German sources. They do have some similarities, probably because ...
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Overview of Schelling's philosophy

For anyone having a difficult time picking literature for bettering their understanding of Schelling, I have found 1) Cambridge's companion to German idealism, and 2) Interpreting Schelling - Critical ...
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