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The “liveliest feeling of freedom” serves as the clue to the solution of the pantheism question. Since the system of pantheism emerges from those with the liveliest sense of freedom, pantheism must itself be recognized as a product of freedom. Schelling’s task is to show pantheism as belonging to the essence of human freedom. The provocation is the following: Pantheism expresses the togetherness of reason’s striving for wholeness, on the one hand, and 19 20 SCHELLING’S DIALOGICAL FREEDOM ESSAY the feeling of freedom, on the other.
It is an idealistic answer, and therefore one-sided. It makes manifest the unity of ground and existence, but not their specific difference. Nor is the character of the finitude–infinitude of spirit made manifest at all. To the account in the Abhandlungen there must be added another. In the Critique of Pure Reason nature may be said not to be present in the sense that only through thought (the understanding as law-giver of nature) can nature even come about. Since thought is a means, nature is manifest only mediately.
Still more, why is the drawing of such a path crucial to the distinctive nature of Schelling’s thought? For with all of this, the outcome of the Kantian philosophy is the sundering of ground from existence. Whether one speaks of the ground of nature (the principle of sufficient reason) or the ground of human action 38 SCHELLING’S DIALOGICAL FREEDOM ESSAY (freedom and the moral law), the fact remains that the ground falls on the side of thought (intelligibility) and existence remains something outside.
A Theory of phonological wieght by Larry M. Hyman