Oti et dioti. Les enjeux métaphysiques de l’éthique aristotélicienne dans Woldemar de F.H. Jacobi

Abstract : While Aristotle’s authority is being challenged by modern philosophy, Jacobi quotes from his Nicomachean Ethics in Woldemar. Daniel Jenisch’s edition of the Aristotle Ethics proves to be a major source for the understanding of the novel’s « philosophical intent ». What is the signi cance of such a philosophical revival of Aristotle as the result of the novel ? To what extent does the variance between the « commercial society » and the ancient doctrine of virtue throw light upon ethical and metaphysical stakes ? How does the novel handle the philosophical question of immediate knowledge ? The reading of Nicomachean Ethics does provide us with a model of conversion for the crisis of the modern subject.
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Pierre Jean Brunel. Oti et dioti. Les enjeux métaphysiques de l’éthique aristotélicienne dans Woldemar de F.H. Jacobi. Etudes Germaniques, Klincksieck, 2015, Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi, 1 (277), p. 5-32. ⟨10.3917/eger.277.0005⟩. ⟨halshs-01398603⟩

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