Schelling's Naturalism: Space, Motion and the Volition of Thought (New Perspectives in Ontology) (Paperback)

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Schelling's Naturalism: Space, Motion and the Volition of Thought (New Perspectives in Ontology) (Paperback)

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Using Schelling's philosophy, Ben Woodard examines how an expanded form of naturalism changes how we conceive of the division between thought and world, mathematics and motion, sense and dynamics, experiment and materiality, as well as speculation and pragmatism. Nature, in Schelling's eyes, is not the great outdoors or some authentic pastoral realm, but the various powers, processes and tendencies which run through biology, chemistry, physics and the very possibility of thought itself.

Ben Woodard is Post-doctoral Researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Art Theory (IPK) at Leuphana University in Luneburg, Germany. His research focuses on the relationship between naturalism and idealism, especially during the long 19th Century.
Product Details ISBN: 9781474438186
ISBN-10: 1474438180
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication Date: November 3rd, 2020
Pages: 256
Language: English
Series: New Perspectives in Ontology