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5 Introduction: The Necessity of a Historical Thinking § 1 Schelling’s Treatise as the Peak of the Metaphysics of German Idealism § 2 Historical Thinking, Historiographic Explanation, Systematic Reflection § 3 Elucidations of the Title of the Treatise § 4 The Organization of the Treatise § 5 Brief Excursus on a Further Misgiving (the Historiographic – the Current – That Which Has Been)
6 Part I: Preliminary Reflection on the Distinction Between Ground and Existence § 6 The Core Section of the Treatise: The Distinction between Essence Insofar as it Exists and Essence Insofar as it is Merely Ground of Existence § 7 The Organization of the Preliminary Reflection Chapter 1 The Conceptual–Historical Elucidation of Ground and Existence § 8 Essentia and Existentia § 9 “Existence” and “Philosophy of Existence” (K. Jaspers) § 10 Kierkegaard’s Concept of Existence § 11 Kierkegaard, “Philosophy of Existence,” and “Being and Time” (1927) § 12 Preliminary Interpretation of Schelling’s Concept of Existence § 13 The Inceptive Impetuses Determining the Essence of Ground and Their Historical Transformation Chapter 2 The Root of Schelling’s Distinction between Ground and Existence § 14 Elucidation of the Essential Determination of Being as Willing § 15 Being as Willing as the Root of the Distinction between Ground and Existence Chapter 3 The Inner Necessity of Schelling’s Distinction between Ground and Existence Chapter 4 The Various Formulations of Schelling’s Distinction between Ground and Existence § 16 The Proper Aim of the Interpretation of the Freedom Treatise: Reaching the Fundamental Position of the Metaphysics of German Idealism. Evil and the System § 17 Transition from the Preliminary Reflection to the Interpretation of the Core Section of the Treatise and of the Latter Itself
7 Part II: An Interpretation of the Core Section, “The Elucidation of the Distinction” Between Ground and Existence § 18 The “Elucidation of the Distinction” as the Presentation of Beings as a Whole (God, World, Human) Chapter 1 The Reflection that Takes God as a Starting Point § 19 The Direct Elucidation: The Presentation of the Being of Beings “in” God. Philosophy as Unconditional Knowledge of the Absolute in Contrast to Theology and Mathematics. The Various Senses of the Word “Nature” § 20 The Analogical Elucidation: Presentation of the Correspondence Between the Stations of the Being of the Absolute § 21 The Circularity of the Distinction Between Ground and Existence § 22 Summary of What Was Said about the Distinction in God § 23 Excursus: The Unconditional Precedence of the Certainty (That Is to Say, Concurrently: the Beingness) of the Absolute Chapter 2 The Reflection that Takes its Point of Departure from Things § 24 The Ground in God as “Originary Yearning” § 25 Creation as Formation through the Imagination; the Creature as “Image” Chapter 3 The Reflection that Takes its Point of Departure from the Human § 26 The Necessity of Creation and the Essence of the Human as the Proper Creature in which God Himself Reveals Himself § 27 Human Will as “Divine Glimpse of Life” and “Seed of God”
8 Conclusion: Overview § 28 The “Distinction” and the Essence of Freedom and of Human Freedom in Particular § 29 The “Distinction” in its Full Essence § 30 The “Distinction” and the Essence of the Human § 31 The Essence of Evil § 32 Evil and the System § 33 The System and the Truth (Certainty) of Beings as a Whole § 34 What Confrontation Means with Respect to Metaphysics
9 Recapitulations and Course of the Interpretation Recapitulation of 14 January Recapitulation of 21 January Recapitulation of 28 January Recapitulation of 4 February Recapitulation of 11 February Recapitulation of 18 February Recapitulation of 25 February Recapitulation of 4 March Recapitulation of 11 March