Neo-Kantian and phenomenological axiology in N. N. Alekseev’s philosophy of law
... that Alekseev does not adopt either M. Scheler’s personalistic approach or his hierarchy of values. In his mature period, Alekseev supplements his interpretation of values with the religious aspect. He understands religion as a means to link the a priori and empirical and translate both into reality. It is emphasized that religion becomes a tool for understanding values as rules. It is concluded that Alekseev’s philosophy of law combines Neo-Kantian and phenomenological principles with religious aspects.
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I. Kant’s and E. Husserl’s practical philosophy
... between Kant’s and Husserl’s practical philosophies. Another important result is identifying the principles and departure point ideas for both thinkers. These are a shared understanding of the relationship between theoretical and practical reason, the principle of the ‘purity’ of moral motives and compulsoriness of the a priori, the idea of parallelism between logic and ethics, the interaction between will and mind, and the determining role of the categorical imperative. The author stresses that an adequate understanding of the thinkers’ positions requires distinguishing ...
How transcendental are Kant’s principles of public law?
..., in: Essays on Kant’s Political Philosophy. Ed. by H. Williams. Cardiff. 37. Sassenbach, U. 1992, Der Begriff des Politischen bei Immanuel Kant. Würzburg.
public law, politics, publicity, morals, justice of maxims, transcendental and empirical, a priori principles, bliss and happiness, form and substance of law, law enforcement
Darwinism as the Missing Link in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... stem from the fact that he had no theoretical link at his disposal which would offer a more solid scientific grounding for his entire system. I believe that Darwinism is... ... central but ungrounded thesis of the Critique of Pure Reason on the existence of a priori synthetic judgments. The synthesis of Darwinism and critical philosophy dictates... ... Evolutionary Epistemology: Two Modern Re-Interpretations of Immanuel Kant’s Fundamental Principles of Transcendental Philosophy. Edinburgh: HARALEX Publishing House.
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... recent publications. According to S. L. Katrechko, Kant’s phenomenon (object) is a sign, whose referent is the thing in itself in the subjective and objective modes... ... one is based on Kant’s famous question as to how synthetic judgments are possible a priori. The variant defines the objective thing in itself as an empirical object that... ... is a realist interpretation of Husserl’s philosophy. At its core is a fundamental principle of phenomenology — the validation of knowledge by a reflective examination...
Kant, Radical Agnosticism, and Methodological Eliminativism about Things-in-Themselves
... Philosophy. Oxford.
7. Hanna, R. 2006, Kant, Science, and Human Nature. Oxford.
8. Hanna, R. 2015, Cognition, Content, and the a Priori: A Study in the Philosophy of Mind and Knowledge. Oxford.
9. Monk, R. 2016, Bertrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude, 1872—1921. Volume 1. N. Y.
10. Russell, B. 1959, My Philosophical Development. London.
11. Russell, B. 1996, Principles of Mathematics. 2nd ed. N. Y.
Kant, metaphysics, epistemology, transcendental idealism, things in themselves, radical ...
Deduction of Freedom vs Deduction of Experience in Kant’s Metaphysics
... Kant orients the methodological movement of deductions in opposite directions. Theoretical deduction proceeds from pure forms of sensible intuition to concepts of understanding and thence to fundamental principles. Practical deduction proceeds from a priori principles to the concepts of the metaphysics of morals and thence to moral feelings. Fourth, deduction in the theoretical sphere forbids speculative reason to go beyond experience. Practical deduction has pointed to the intelligible world and has proved ...
The Concepts of “Appearance” and “Phenomenon” in Transcendental Philosophy (Kant, Husserl, Fink)
... pre-Socratic treatment of being and, fourth, the formation of a distinct phenomenological idiom. I come to the conclusion that the metaphysical-ontological method of phenomenological analysis of appearance proposed by Fink affords a new insight into the a priori principle and the nature of Kant’s “thing in itself” and proposes a new grounding of Husserl’s thesis which questions Kant’s agnosticism.
Burkhanov, R. A., 2016. Thing in itself and a Phenomenon, Noumenon and Phenomenon, Transcendental,...
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The constructive nature of mathematics
... abstract nature of mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in intuition” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the intuition corresponding to it”; [CPR, A 713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and ... .... Unlike specific ‘physical’ objects, mathematical objects are of abstract nature and they are introduced using Hume’s principle of abstraction. Based on the doctrine of schematism, Kant develops an original theory of abstraction: Kant’s schemes ...
A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The abstract nature of mathematical knowledge
... mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in intuition” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the intuition corresponding to it”; [CPR, A713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and demonstrations” ... ... specific ‘physical’ objects, are of abstract nature (a-obj¬ects vs. the-objects) and are introduced (defined) within Hume’s principle of abstraction. Based on his doctrine of schematism, Kant develops an original theory of abstraction: Kant’s scheme ...
‘Genuine criticism’: An unknown reception of Kant’s philosophy in early works of Schopenhauer
... first edition of Schopenhauer’s doctoral dissertation On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason (1813). The mentioned influence of Kant’s philosophy... ... time, Schopenhauer believed his vision of objectives and essence of philosophy to be a direct continuation of Kant’s philosophy, the central objective being the construction... ... ‘genuine criticism’, since the inclusion of a ‘better consciousness’ into a priori cognitive faculties justified its ‘metaphysical’ character. Fifthly, the...
The metaphysics of science
... personality. It should also embrace the idea of world history and universal civil meaning of philosophy. Recognition of relative a priori determination of human knowledge and behaviour in a broad context of empiricism and relativism (development theory) has no bearing on Kant’s theory. Absolute apriorism as understood ... ... I. 1964b, Issledovanie stepeni jasnosti prinzipov estestvennoj teologii I morali [Inquiry Concerning the Distinctness of the Principles of Natural Theology and Morality] in: Kant, I. Sochinenija v shesti tomah [The works in six volumes], vol. 2, Moscow....
Duty and Coercion in Kant’s Republican Cosmopolitanism
This paper argues whether Kant’s cosmopolitanism entails a specific theory of coercion. I will especially tackle Kant’s account of international ... ...
14. Maus, I. 2004, Kant’s Reasons against a Global State: Popular Sovereignty as a Principle of International Law, in: Filozofski Godisnuak 17, pp. 81—97.
15. Mertens... ... Public Affairs 37/3, pp. 229—256.
22. Sánchez Madrid, 2013, Private property and a priori general united will in Kant’s Rechtslehre. Some troubles with Kant’s alleged...
Types of Representational Content in Kant
... in what sense the generation of spatial content can be regarded as non-categorial. A key distinction is that a perceptual examination of an object can be understood as... ... propose that the faculties of sensibility and understanding are not only separable in principle, but that their contributions remain in a certain sense separate in actual... ... University Press.
Marshall, C., 2014. Does Kant Demand Explanations for All Synthetic A Priori Claims? Journal of the History of Philosophy, 52(3), pp. 549-576.