Fich·te·an·ism | \ -ˌnizəm\
Definition of Fichteanism
: a post-Kantian idealist philosophy in which an attempt is made to perfect the Kantian system by connecting practical reason with pure reason through deducing a priori from the ego not only the categories of our knowledge of nature but also the doctrines of ethical and legal obligations and thereby uniting these two critiques in one system — compare absolute ego
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