On the nature of thinking without representation
... der Philosophie. 2. Teil: Ethik des reinen Willens // Werke, zit. Hil¬desheim ; N. Y., 1981. Bd. 7.
7. Kant I. Briefwechsel. Akademie Ausgabe. Bd. 10, 11.
thinking, initial beginning, need of reason, Deleuze, Kant, Cohen, rationality, difference, theoretical and practical reason
Poma A. (translated from the German by V. Belov)
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Is Hermann Cohen a Neo-Kantian?
... philosophical system; therefore, it is unproductive to speculate whether the Marburg philosopher was a proponent of Kant, Hegel, or Fichte. It seems appropriate to call Hermann Cohen a “Cohenian” and consider his ideas relating to the interaction between theoretical and practical reason and the construction of a rigid and elaborate system con-sisting of verified elements from the perspective of his own system of philosophy, which is complete in its key aspects. This article demonstrates the efforts of the Marburg philosopher to ...