Person and Subject in Schelling. The dnthropological dimension of his Aesthetics Work

Author:

Magdalena Bosch

Location:

Espíritu: cuadernos del Instituto Filosófico de Balmesiana, ISSN 0014-0716, Año 59, Nº. 139, 2010, págs. 263-279

Language:

Spanish

Abstract:

This article focuses on Schelling’s conception of the individual. The first consideration is that this term, in fact, is absent in the work of the author. Rather, human being as a concept is treated as a subject. This term is the key to understanding his vision of the human condition and especially its spiritual dimension. The human spirit is discussed in depth and reveals itself through aesthetic considerations and research

Key words:

Philosophical Anthropology, Aesthetics, Subject, Soul, Beauty

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