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"Annotated translation of the first published work by the German philosopher (1762-1814)..."
--The Chronicle of Higher Education
"....this text is important both historically and in its own right as an attempt to investigate religion from a transcendental standpoint.... Readers also will benefit from Wood's interpretation of the method Fichte utilizes in the text.... English-language Fichte scholarship has been been quite vibrant in recent decades, ranging from new translations of key Fichte texts to the activity of the North American Fichte Society. This new edition of Attempt at a Critique of All Revelation, especially as it includes Wood's excellent introductory essay, is a fine addition to this resurgence of interest in and attention to Fichte's work."
--Kevin Zanelotti, McKendree University, Philosophy in Review
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Allen Wood is Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University and Indiana University. His previous publications include Kantian Ethics (Cambridge, 2008), Unsettling Obligations: Essays on Reason, Reality and the Ethics of Belief (2002) and Hegel's Ethical Thought (Cambridge, 1990).
Introduction; Chronology; Further reading; Note on the text and translation; Dedication; Preface to the first edition; Preface to the second edition; 1. Introduction; 2. Theory of the will in preparation for a deduction of religion in general; 3. Deduction of religion in general; 4. Division of religion in general into natural and revealed; 5. Formal discussion of the concept of revelation in preparation for a material discussion of it; 6. Material discussion of the concept of revelation in preparation for a deduction of it; 7. Deduction of the concept of revelation from a priori principles of pure reason; 8. The possibility of the empirical datum presupposed in the concept of revelation; 9. The physical possibility of a revelation; 10. Criteria of the divinity of a revelation with regard to its possible content; 11. Criteria of the divinity of a revelation with regard to the possible presentation of this content; 12. Systematic order of these criteria; 13. The possibility of receiving a given appearance as divine revelation; 14. General overview of this critique; Concluding remark; Appendix: passages omitted in the second edition; Glossary; Index.