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    Die Wüste des Realen: Slavoj Žižek Und der Deutsche Idealismus.Sigrun Bielfeldt - 2004 - Studies in East European Thought 56 (4):335-356.
    Part of Slavoj iek's philosophical background is located in German idealism. In this article, his relation to German idealism is critically assessed, and the key to this assessment is found in iek's favorite medium: film. In film, reality can only appear as a new image, replacing an old reality as fictitious, the real itself, however, remains unreachable by thought. At this point, a parallel with German idealism appears: it was Kant who turned reality into a desert, and Hegel and Schelling (...)
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  2. Selbst Oder Natur: Schellings Anfang in Russland.Sigrun Bielfeldt - 2008 - Sagner.
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    Schelling’s Prehistory in Russia: The Legacy of Enlightenment.Sigrun Bielfeldt - 2018 - International Journal of Philosophy and Theology 80 (1-2):90-100.
    ABSTRACTSchelling’s first Russian disciple, D.M. Vellanskij, met his teacher at Würzburg in 1803. It was the heyday of Schelling’s philosophy of identity, the identity of spirit and nature, of mind and matter. Yet, teacher and student differ on the labels they applied to this philosophy. Vellanskij thought of it as the peak of human ‘Aufklärung’, whereas Schelling abhorred the term due to controversies going on within German philosophy at the time. The argument put forward here is that Vellanskij was right (...)
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    The Desert of Reality-Slavoj Zizek and German Idealism.Sigrun Bielfeldt - 2004 - Studies in East European Thought 56 (4):335-356.
    Part of Slavoj Žižek's philosophical background is located in German idealism. In this article, his relation to German idealism is critically assessed, and the key to this assessment is found in Žižek's favorite medium: film. In film, “reality” can only appear as a new image, replacing an old “reality” as fictitious, the “real” itself, however, remains unreachable by thought. At this point, a parallel with German idealism appears: it was Kant who turned reality into a “desert,” and Hegel and Schelling (...)
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