Fichte’s system was the offspring of Kant’s divorce of sensuous from intelligible nature, with the former dictated by necessity, the latter governed by freedom.
This was Fichte and Schelling's methodof how to separate out the original sin of Calvin's 'total depravity' from ergo and place it
firmly in the bosom of nature, and with nature's interlocutor who, for the philosopher, is woman.
Their ideal result was the old Cartesian split, word against flesh.
Flesh made word; Thoughts are the shadows of our feelings. Always darker, emptier, simpler.