Diego Fusaro

The accomplished sinfulness. The critique of capitalist society in Fichte's «Grundzüge»

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The essay shows that Fichte's Grundzüge contain a dialectic understanding of the contradictions of capitalist society. The Grundzüge criticize the «accomplished sinfulness» of a present characterized by a set of pathologies that, from many point of view, are the same of our present time: anomic individualism, fetishist absolutization of the economic, social disaggregation, metaphysical agnosticism, sanctification of the sensible.


  • Fichte
  • Grundzüge
  • Capitalistic Society
  • Transcendental Idealism


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