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Addresses to the German Nation
by: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

January 19, 1979
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Fichte's Transcendental Philosophy : The Original Duplicity of Intelligence and Will (Modern European Philosophy)
by: Günter Zöller

November 07, 2002
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Fichte: The System of Ethics (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy)
by: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

November 17, 2005
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The Science Of Knowing: J.g. Fichte's 1804 Lectures On The Wissenschaftslehre (S U N Y Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy)
by: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

September 30, 2005
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Novalis: Fichte Studies (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy)
by: Novalis

August 28, 2003
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Foundations of Transcendental Philosophy (Wissenschaftslehre) Nova Methodo (1796/99)
by: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

1998-05
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Fichte's Theory of Subjectivity (Modern European Philosophy)
by: Frederick Neuhouser

October 26, 1990
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The Vocation of Man
by: Johann Gottlieb Fichte

1987-09
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Die Grundlage der gesamten Wissenschaftslehre von 1794/95 und der transzendentale Standpunkt: 200 Jahre Wissenschaftslehre--die Philosophie Johann Gottlieb ... (Neapel) (Fichte-Studien) (Fichte-Studien)
by: Internationale J.G.-Fichte-Gesellschaft

1997-01
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