3 years ago


The following clarifications refer to Ware (2017).

  1. On p. 377, the labels ‘Material Function View’ and ‘Formal Function View’ correspond to what Kosch (2014) calls the ‘criterial’ and ‘non‐criterial’ interpretations of Fichte. Strictly speaking, the difference between these views is not whether conscience plays a criterial role, but whether it plays a criterial role at a first or second‐order level of practical deliberation. I want to capture this distinction by speaking of ‘material’ and ‘formal’ views instead.
  2. On p. 377, in footnote 1, the correct date of Zöller's paper is 2012, as cited in Kosch (2014).
  3. On p. 377, in footnote 1, see Kosch (2014: 2, note 4) for a critical overview of this literature.
  4. On p. 381, see Kosch (2014: 9) for further discussion of the distinction between the first‐ and second‐order questions.

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