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This book explores the relevance of naturalism and theories of nature to Classical German Philosophy. It presents new readings on Kant, Jacobi, Goethe, the Romantic tradition, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, and Marx, which highlight the relevance of Classical German Philosophy's considerations of nature and naturalism for contemporary concerns.
"This collection of essays, written by renowned experts, is the most comprehensive analysis to date of the role that nature (and naturalism) played in Classical German Philosophy. Its greatest achievement, however, is that along the way it completely explodes the antiquated, and ultimately incorrect, notion that the classical German tradition of philosophy, before all else, is an obsession with idealism." - Tyler Tritten, Gonzaga University, USA