Table of contents for Rights, bodies, and recognition : new essays on Fichte's Foundations of natural right / edited by Daniel Breazeale and Tom Rockmore.

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Abbreviations vii
List of Contributors viii
Introduction xii
1 Is Fichte a Social Contract Theorist? 1
Wayne M. Martin
2 Fichte¿s Impossible Contract 11
Michael Baur
3 Recognition, Right and Social Contract 26
Robert R. Williams
4 On the Fundamental Connection between Moral Law and
Natural Right in Fichte¿s Contribution (1793) and Foundations
of Natural Right (1796/97) 45
Violetta L. Waibel
5 Fichte¿s Hypothetical Imperative: Morality, Right, and Philosophy
in the Jena Wissenschaftslehre 60
Yolanda Estes
6 The Role of the Human Body in Fichte¿s Grundlage des
Naturrechts (1796¿97) 72
Angelica Nuzzo
7 Fichte¿s Foundation of Natural Right and the Mind¿Body Problem 91
Günter Zöller
8 Fichte¿s Materialism 109
Bruce Merrill
9 The ¿Mixed Method¿ of Fichte¿s Grundlage Des Naturrechts
and the Limits of Transcendental Reellephilosophie 118
Daniel Breazeale
vi New Essays on Fichte¿s Foundations of Natural Right
10 An Aesthetics of Influence: Fichte¿s GNR in View of Kant¿s
Third Critique 139
F. Scott Scribner
11 Fichte¿s Theory of Gender Relations in his Foundations of
Natural Right 153
Bärbel Frischmann
12 Political Obligation and the Imagination in Fichte¿s Naturrecht 167
Jefferey Kinlaw
13 The Universality of Human Rights and the Sovereignty of the
State in Fichte¿s Doctrine of Right 185
Hans Georg von Manz
14 Schelling¿s Aphorisms on Natural Right (1796/97):
A Comparison with Fichte¿s Grundlage des Naturrechts 196
Michael G. Vater
15 Transcendental Conditions and the Transcendence of Conditions
Fichte and Schelling on the Foundations of Natural Right 213
Steven Hoeltzel
16 Fichte, Heidegger and the Nazis 229
Tom Rockmore
17 Rights, Recognition, and Regulative Ideas: On the Relationship
Between Fichte¿s Theory of Rights and Contemporary
Liberation Philosophies 242
Arnold Farr

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Natural law.
Political science.
State, The.