1. Editorial Introduction: Schellingian Experiments in Speculation 2. Vitality or Weakness? On the Place of Nature in Recent Materialist Philosophy 3. Lamps, Rainbows and Horizons: Spatializing Knowledge in Naturphilosophical Epistemology 4. Space Philosophy: Schelling and the Mathematicians of the Nineteenth Century 5. Nature's Capacities: Schelling and Contemporary Power-Based Ontologies 6. The Parallax of Individuation: Simondon and Schelling 7. Naturalism and Symbolism 8. Schelling's Shadow: Merleau-Ponty's Late Concept of Nature 9. Is the Late Schelling Still Doing Nature- Philosophy? 10. Against Kant: Toward an Inverted Transcendentalism or a Philosophy of the Doctrinal 11. On the Possibility of Speculative Ethical Absolutes after Kant: Returning to Schelling through the Frailties of Meillassoux and Badiou
Tyler Tritten is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University, USA, and his most recent book is The Contingency of Necessity: Reason and God as Matters of Fact (2017). Daniel Whistler is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Liverpool, UK, and author of Schelling's Theory of Symbolic Language (2013).