Fichte was determined at all hazards to maintain his freedom, but the price he paid for it indicates the difficulty of the task.
For Fichte He is moral order (a very evident recollection of Kant).
This was Fichte's rather forced resolution of the old dualism of thought and thing.
The day that she brought in this paper we got somehow talking about Fichte.
When Fichte says, "The ego is all," this seems to harmonize perfectly with my theses.
It is Fichte who first said: “Education is based on the self-activity of the mind.”
By means of the little crack thus introduced into nature, Fichte rewrites the Kantian philosophy.
Fichte saw himself as the continuator of the work of Luther and Kant.
The problem of knowledge is not, as Fichte held in the form of a fundamental assumption, an alternative of this sort.
Fichte made a specific application of this idea to his own country and time.