Schelling's Naturalism

Space, Motion and the Volition of Thought
 
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Using Schelling?s philosophy, Ben Woodard examines how an expanded form of naturalism changes how we conceive of the division between thought and world, mathematics and motion, sense and dynamics, experiment and materiality, as well as speculation and pragmatism.

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Using Schelling?s philosophy, Ben Woodard examines how an expanded form of naturalism changes how we conceive of the division between thought and world, mathematics and motion, sense and dynamics, experiment and materiality, as well as speculation and pragmatism. Nature, in Schelling?s eyes, is not the great outdoors or some authentic pastoral realm, but the various powers, processes and tendencies which run through biology, chemistry, physics and the very possibility of thought itself.



A rare piece of philosophising combining exemplary historical sweep with immediate contemporary pertinence. At the heart of this work, an admirable conceptual archaeology of Schelling?s powers ontology provides the foundation for a claim entirely Schellingian in inspiration yet contemporary in orientation; namely that constructionism, the idealism of our age, furnishes not an alternative to the philosophy of nature, but forms the choreography of nature-philosophising just when philosophising consequently forms it.

Tartalomjegyzék:
Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. The Natural Forge of the Transcendental: The Movement of Thought and the Space of Nature; 2. Castles of Ether and Asymptotic Bridges: Kant, Maimon, Schelling, and the Relation of Inner and Outer Sense; 3. The Force of the Continuous: Schelling?s Naturalization of Mathematics; 4. The Red Threads of the World: Potenzen, Construction, and Inexistence; 5. Lamps, Rainbows, Unicorns, and Horizons: Spatializing Knowledge in Naturphilosophical Epistemology; 6. Speculative Pragmatism: Traversing the Richtungen of Nature and Thought; Bibliography.