[Autom. eng. transl.] What is left of Schelling's lessons heard by Kierkegaard in Berlin between November 1841 and March 1842 in the work of the Danish philosopher? The first Berlin course on the Philosophy of Revelation held by the old Schelling in the chair that already belonged to Fichte and then to Hegel represents in the history of Western philosophical thought a true "event", fervently awaited by both the followers of the philosopher and his detractors. Werder, Savigny, Trendelenburg, Feuerbach, Strauss, Burckhardt, Engels, Bakunin and the young Kierkegaard are just some of the names of the listeners who on the day of the inaugural lecture crowded a classroom so saturated that it almost wanted to risk risking its own life ", as the Copenhagen philosopher expressed ironically later. However, if the enthusiasm that accompanied the wait for the event was general, equally disappointing and general was the disappointment that followed. This essay investigates the Kierkegaardian reception of Schelling's spaetsphilosophie, trying to highlight what remained of Schelling in Kierkegaard's work, not only in his "anti-Hegelian" function, but also in a positive direction. In this way we will try to clarify why Kierkegaard has been able to affirm that he has placed "all his hope" in Schelling, and why and to what extent this hope has been disappointed.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Kierkegaard hearer of Schelling. Traces of Schelling's philosophy in Søren Kierkegaard's work|
|Number of pages||265|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
- Filosofia della Rivelazione
- Filosofia positiva