Coelum empyreum, die Unendlichkeit und die Metaphern Gottes


  • Monika Tokarzewska Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu

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‚kopernikanische Wende’, coelum empyreum, Unendlichkeit als Metapher, Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Jean Paul Friedrich Richter


In the face of the so -called “Copernican Revolution”, and also due to the incredible development of astronomy over centuries, whose consummation was Newton’s physics, Europeans’ views on the Universe dramatically transformed, primarily, were symbolically secularized. The thinkers and writers from the turn of the 18th and 19th century, such as J.G. Fichte and Jean Paul, reflected on God, the Absolute, and human, creating a characteristic discourse full of metaphors taken from the cosmology of their time and from the past.


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Tokarzewska, M. (2016). Coelum empyreum, die Unendlichkeit und die Metaphern Gottes. Studia Germanica Gedanensia, (34), 48–57. Pobrano z