The Palgrave Schelling Handbook (Palgrave Handbooks in German Idealism) (Hardcover)
This Handbook provides a comprehensive, multi-authored study of Schelling's thought, its context, and its enormous influence. Divided into four major sections ('Periods, ' 'Themes, ' 'Figures and the History of Philosophy', and 'Reception and Legacy'), it is a well-structured guide to Schelling's work and the ways in which it relates to other thinkers and movements.
- Links Schelling to the history of philosophy, contemporary philosophy, psychoanalysis, politics, and theology
- Offers a systematic overview of a thinker whose thought evolved through three main periods
- Explores the importance of Schelling in the development of German idealism more broadly
- Updates the English-speaking academic community with current German research on Schelling
Responding to Schelling's renewed scholarly prominence, The Palgrave Schelling Handbook provides a contemporary and authoritative re-consideration of his thought. Within its pages, scholars and researchers will find avenues and inspiration for new work in areas that have been previously underrepresented in Schelling studies. The Palgrave Schelling Handbook is the ideal reference work for advanced philosophy and theology students taking courses on Schelling or German idealism. It will have wide, general appeal to scholars and students of philosophy, theology, political theory, and German studies.