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Libertad y acción moral en Fichte

Keywords: intellectual intuition, moral action, freedom.

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Abstract:

for fichte, the task of philosophy is to bring consciousness to the scope of its original practice guided by trascendental reflection. the philosopher follows the i in its genesis, and his system becomes a "pragmatic history of the human hispirit". this "intellectual intuition" discovers that conscience is tied synthetically to the world and to the others as a free and spontaneous action, as it must be eternally unfulfilled. this article presents the fundamental elements of intellectual intuition in fichte's conception, analyzes the arguments of the author that shape the conception of the infinite activity of the i as a supreme principle of moral activity, to finally elaborate conclusions that derive from the dialectic of the i such as self-determination and freedom.

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