Kantian Journal

2015 Issue №4(54)

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The systemacity of CPR and Kant’s system (II)

DOI
10.5922/0207-6918-2015-4-1
Pages
7-16

Abstract

Against the background of a dispute with K. Jaspers, this article considers the Critique of Pure Reason as a system of epistemology and an overview of Kant’s philosophical system. The central thesis is the statement that Kant’s epistemology is based on transcendental anthropology connected with the history of philosophy. It is proven that, in terms of its content, the formal dual division of the Critique is a triad system comprising a number of similar subsystems.

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