Fichte's ethics

Reply Thu 24 Sep, 2015 11:51 pm
What are pros and cons of Fichte's position that "Our world is the sensualised material of our duty, the latter is the truly real in things, the genuine primal stuff of all appearances. The compulsion with which our belief in things is forced upon us is a moral compulsion-the only one that can be exerted upon a free being."
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