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Author(s): Vetter, Martin | Nißlmüller, Thomas
[German Version] I. Philosophy of Religion – II. Fundamental Theology – III. Literature I. Philosophy of Religion Fiction, from Latin fingere, “to configure, imagine, make up,” refers, in modern philosophy, first to that class of signs which – differing from descriptive accounts of natural or cultural “facts” – denote nothing and – in contrast with illusion – deals expressly with this reference function. To this class belong aesthetic creatures (unicorn), literary figures (Don Quixote), and also the so-called entia rationis (I. Kant's concept of the pure intellect, cf. Critique …