This paper aims to show the originality of Schiller's early philosophy, which is anything but naive and a passive repetition of late-Enlightenment mainstream thought. In particular, the ethics of the young Schiller challenges moral-sense philosophy as a system lacking consistency and ends up considering love as an inadequate basis for morality. From this perspective, Schiller's later endorsement of Kant's purity thesis and rational foundation of ethics turns out to confirm Schiller's previous achievements rather than subverting them, as often assumed.
|Titolo:||Schiller ohne Kant. Die Krise der Liebe als Moralprinzip diesseits des Kritizismus|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 Contributo in atti di convegno|