Terminological Remarcs to the Ukrainian Translation of “An Attempt at a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftlehre” (1797) by Johann Gottlieb Fichte
Keywords:self-consciousness, the thinking subject, self-setting, Tathandlung, Ichheit
In the article are commented the main concepts used by Fichte in his “An Attempt at a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftlehre” (1797). Autor point out also the reasons for choosing Ukrainian analogs for this terminology. In particular, makes the case for why Ukrainian analog for “Ichheit” must be the term “Yaist” (Яість) and for “Tathandlung” – the term “uchynkodiya” (учинкодія).
Fichte, J. G. (1997). Grundlage der gesamten Wissenschaftslehre: als Handschrift für seinem Zuhörer (1794). Hamburg: Meiner.
Fichte, J. G. (2011). The Science of Knowing. 2nd Lecture in 1804. [In Ukrainian]. (I. Ivaschenko, Trans.). Sententiae, XXIV(1), 181-207.
Ivashchenko, I. (2012). The broken mirror. J. G. Fichte’s “The science of knowledge of 18042” as an attempt of non-reflexive theory of self-consciousness and its influence on Heidelberg School. [In Ukrainian]. Sententiae, XXVI(1), 28-68.
Ivashchenko, I. (2011). The Significance of the Second Cycle of Lectures «Science of Knowledge» (1804) for J. G. Fichte’s Theoretical Philosophy. [In Ukrainian]. Sententiae, XXIV(1), 208-214.
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