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74 | 2020
Rethinking Schelling. Nature, Myth, Realism

edited by Emilio Carlo Corriero Iain Hamilton Grant

 The international debate around realism, revitalized today by the emerging “new realism”, meaningfully interweaves with a renewed interest in Schelling’s philosophical positions, an author who, right in the midst of the philosophical project of German Idealism, forcefully insinuated the natural-realistic objection introducing a breach within the modern rationalism. On the one hand, philosophy of nature represents a line of continuity along which the whole Schelling’s philosophical journey develops in its various phases; on the other hand, the relevance of Schelling’s philosophy of nature to the contemporary debates cannot be properly understood but in the wider context of that entire journey.
This issue of “Rivista di Estetica” has two main aims: examining how and to which extent the contemporary international debate on New Realism brought to the forefront Schelling’s Naturphilosophie; and exploring the value of Schelling’s Naturphilosophie as a theoretical resource for several fields of research such as the contemporary philosophy of nature and the ontology of powers, the concept of identity and the mind-body problem, the speculative realism and the metaphysical issue of the ground.

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