Ideas y Valores (Sep 2010)

Ontological Questions in Schelling’s Late Philosophy: Plato and Aristotle

  • Jean-François Courtine

Journal volume & issue
Vol. 59, no. 143
pp. 5 – 31


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The purpose of the article is to understand the reasons and procedures employed by F. W. Schelling in his Plato and Aristotle re-appropriation, and to extract the authentically ontological thematic of it. It makes a path through the Schelling’s late writings and letters, to construct a complete view about the relation between this appropriation and the possibility of the constitution of a positive philosophy, as a particular science, in opposition to a negative philosophy, understood as metaphysics.