SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentMA Program of Philosophy, First Year PhD Program of Philosophy, First Year MA Program of Philosophy, Second Year PhD Program of Philosophy, Second Year
Course NameFichte's Wissenschaftslehre as Transcendental Epistemology
InstructorTSE CHIU-YUI-PLATO
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
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週次



Week



課程主題



Topic



課程內容與指定閱讀



Content and Reading Assignment



教學活動與作業



Teaching Activities and Homework



學習投入時間



Student workload expectation



課堂講授



In-class Hours



課程前後



Outside-of-class Hours



1



Mid-Autumn Festival



 



 



 



 



2



Introduction



 



Seminar



3.0



4.5



3



Space



Ch. 10a, 10b, 11



Seminar



3.0



4.5



4



Force or Efficacy



Ch. 12



Seminar



3.0



4.5



5



Adjusted holiday



 



 



 



 



6



Will, Ought, and the Realm of Rational Beings



Ch. 13



Seminar



3.0



4.5



7



Will, Ought, and the Realm of Rational Beings



Ch. 13



Seminar



3.0



4.5



8



Reflection, Willing, and Doing



Ch. 14



Seminar



3.0



4.5



9



Reflection, Willing, and Doing



Ch. 14



Seminar



0



8.0



10



Limitation



Ch. 15



Seminar



3.0



4.5



11



Summons



Ch. 16



Seminar



3.0



4.5



12



Class suspension (Conference trip)



 



 



 



 



13



Self-determination



Ch. 17



Seminar



3.0



4.5



14



Class suspension (Conference trip)



 



 



 



 



15



Self-determination



Ch. 17



Seminar



3.0



4.5



16



Self-determination



Ch. 17



Seminar



3.0



4.5



17



Reason, freedom, and things outside of the I



Ch. 18



Seminar



3.0



4.5



18



Articulated body


Ch. 19 Seminar

3.0



4.5





 


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant
Requirement/Grading

Participation: 20%



Presentation: 30%



Final Paper: 50%



Assessment Criteria



90-100: The student is familiar with the thinkers’ positions and elaborates on the arguments that support the positions. The student proves his/her independent thinking and understanding by critically examining the arguments and defending them against possible counter-arguments.



80-89: The student knows the thinkers’ positions to a certain extent and shows an approximate understanding of the arguments. The student tries to develop his/her own critique or his/her own response to a possible critique, but the attempt is not effective.



70-79: The student conveys the central ideas in the texts/ of the positions correctly, but does not present the arguments in an organized, systematic manner. Nor does he/she consider any critique or possible answers to objections.



60-69: The student fails to explain the thinkers’ positions or arguments and shows a seriously incomplete understanding.



Below 60: The student shows the problems mentioned above and fails to complete the assignment.


Textbook & Reference

Fichte, J. G. (1992), Foundations of Transcendental Philosophy, edited and translated by Daniel Breazeale, Ithaca & London: Cornell University Press. 



Baumanns, Peter (1990), J. G. Fichte. Kritische Gesamtdarstellung seiner Philosophie, Freiburg im Breisgau: Alber.



Breazeale, Daniel and Rockmore, Tom (eds.) (2002), New Essays on Fichte's Later Jena Wissenschaftslehre, Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.



Breazeale, Daniel (2013), Thinking Through the Wissenschaftslehre, Oxford: OUP.



David James and Günter Zöller (eds.) (2016), The Cambridge Companion to Fichte, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



Martin, Wayne (1997), Idealism and Objectivity: Understanding Fichte's Jena Project, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.



Neuhouser, Frederick (1990), Fichte's Theory of Subjectivity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



Wood, Allen. W. (2016), Fichte's Ethical Thought, Oxford: OUP. 



Zöller, Günter (1998), Fichte's Transcendental Philosophy: The Original Duplicity of Intelligence and Will. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



Zöller, Günter (2014), Fichte lesen, Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog.


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