By developing a philosophical critic of the Kantian concept of höchstes Gut, Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher achieves a moral point of view that burns his bridges with traditional theology of history and enlightenment philosophies. Ethical perfection does not lie in a transcendent destination; it differently coincides with the totality of moral goods realized in human existence. According to the twofold destination of human beings, even sensibility and happiness give value to life, which contrasts with the rationalistic conceptions of progress. To his objective reflections on history, Schleiermacher adds an original theory of historical thought, based on the existential judgement.

Etica e storia nei primi scritti di Schleiermacher

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2016-01-01

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By developing a philosophical critic of the Kantian concept of höchstes Gut, Friedrich D. E. Schleiermacher achieves a moral point of view that burns his bridges with traditional theology of history and enlightenment philosophies. Ethical perfection does not lie in a transcendent destination; it differently coincides with the totality of moral goods realized in human existence. According to the twofold destination of human beings, even sensibility and happiness give value to life, which contrasts with the rationalistic conceptions of progress. To his objective reflections on history, Schleiermacher adds an original theory of historical thought, based on the existential judgement.
Schleiermacher
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