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CHRISTOPH GOTTFRIED BARDILI (2761-1808)

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Originally appearing in Volume V03, Page 396 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CHRISTOPH GOTTFRIED BARDILI (2761-1808), German philosopher, was born at Blaubeuren in Wurttemberg, and died 1 Even Ephrem allows that Bardaisan was in principle a mono-theist.at Stuttgart. His system has had little influence in- Germany; Reinhold (q.v.) alone expounded it against the attackr' of Fichte and Schelling. Yet in some respects his ideas opened the way for the later speculations of Schelling and Hegel. He' dissented strongly from the Kantian distinction between matter and form of thought, and urged that philosophy should consider only thought in itself, pure thought, the ground or possibility of being. The fundamental principle of thought is, according to him, the law of identity; logical thinking is real thinking. The matter upon which thought operated is in itself indefinite and is- rendered definite through the action of thought. Bardili worked out his idea in a one-sided manner. He held that thought has in itself no power of development, and ultimately reduced it to arithmetical computation. He published Grundriss der ersten Logik (Stuttgart, 1800); Uber die Gesetze der Ideenassociation (Tubingen, 1796); Briefe giber den Ursprung der Metaphysik (Altona, 1798); Philos. Elementarlehre (Landshut, 1802–1806); Beitrdgezur Beurteilung des gegenwdrtigen Zustandes der Vernunftlehre (Landshut, 1803). See C. L. Michelet, Geschichte der letzten Systeme; J. E. Erdmann, Versuch einer Geschichte d. neu. Phil. Bd. iii. pt. i. ; B's and Reinholds Briefwechsel.
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