The Universe of Science. The Architectonic Ideas of Science, Sciences and their Parts in Kant
I argue that Kant has developed a broad systematic account of the architectonic functionality of pure reason that can be used and advanced in contemporary contexts. Reason, in the narrow sense, is responsible for the picture of a well-ordered universe of science consisting of architectonic ideas of science, sciences and parts of sciences. In the first section (I), I show what Kant means ...
Transzendentalphilosophie als kritische Bestimmung des Standpunkts. Eine wissenschaftstheoretische Annäherung
Both the categories and principles of understanding as well as the ideas and principles of reason build transcendental elements to conceive transcendental philosophy as a philosophical system. Accordingly, in addition to the “Transcendental Analytic”, Kant develops in the “Transcendental ... ... rational natural science. The analysis of the case studies of astronomy shows that Kant uses the term transcendental within the framework of the “Transcendental Logic”... ... Engelhard, Hg. 2004. Warum Kant heute? Systematische Bedeutung und Rezeption seiner Philosophie in der Gegenwart. Berlin: De Gruyter, S. 328-351.
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Kant’s transcendentalism and concept of the thing in itself
... philosophy (transcendentalism) and its central concept — the thing in itself is the kind of concept without which it is impossible to enter Kant’s philosophy ... ... possible conceptualisations of Kant’s thing in itself [that use the apparatus of contemporary logic]. Secondly, the thing in ... ... Appearances: Intentionality and Reality, Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, vol. 61 (1979), p. 293—308.
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The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
The concept of appearance within the framework of the transcendental distinction between “appearance” and “thing in itself” is the cornerstone of Kant’s transcendental philosophy.... ... conceptual status seems largely uncertain. This uncertainty is the reason for a wide range of interpretations of Kant’s transcendental ... ... as well as to his conception of appearance in particular. Its use makes it possible to clarify both the metaphysical and ontological ... ... Appearances: Intentionality and Reality. Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie, 61(3), pp. 293-308.
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The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
Kant does not provide clear-cut definitions of apperception, consciousness, and self-consciousness and everywhere uses these terms as synonyms, which creates the problem of the relationship between these faculties. The importance of this problem ... ... the legitimacy of their use, a task that is further complicated by the difference between the editions of the Critique of Pure Reason in terms of the argumentation in the section on the deduction of categories and Kant’s concept of apperception. Accordingly,...
Kantian Philosophy and ‘Linguistic Kantianism’
The expression “linguistic Kantianism” is widely used to refer to ideas about thought and cognition being determined by language — a conception characteristic of 20th century analytic philosophy. In this article, I conduct a comparative analysis of Kant’s philosophy and views falling under the umbrella expression “linguistic ... ... Statements about Time. The Journal of Philosophy, 60(9), pp. 225-237.
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Kant, Nietzsche, and the Enlightenment: A comparative analysis
This article provides a comparative analysis of I. Kant’s and F. Nietzsche’s critical approaches, which is carried out in the context of the thinkers’ attitudes to the problem of the ... ... Enlightenment, which differed significantly from that of their contemporaries, Kant and Nietzsche have remarkably similar ideas.... ... cowardice. For Nietzsche, the central problem is the dominant role of reason in the Enlightenment. Nevertheless, reason is not denied ... ... Nietzsche, F. 1996, O polze i vredeistorii dlya zhizni [On the Use and Abuse of History for Life] in Nietzsche, F. Sobranye sochineniy ...
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part I.
The originality of Kant’s answer to the question of the Enlightenment in a 1784 article consisted not in addressing the words ... ... by negative characteristics; secondly, unlimited use of one’s understanding can lead to logical egoism ... ... thinking is limited by the idea of universal human reason, although Kant is not always consistent in distinguishing ... ... affected even the philosopher’s attitude to his contemporaries. Observing the revolutionary “experiment” ... .... A. Enzyklopädisches Wörterbuch der kritischen Philosophie oder Versuch einer fasslichen und vollständigen ...
Some remarks on the concept and function of Kant’s theory of schematism in the Critique of Pure Reason
The article introduces Kant’s doctrine of schematism (Critique of Pure Reason A 137-A 147; B 176-B 187). The inclusion of the chapter on schematism in the ‘Doctrine of the Principles’ rather than the ‘Doctrine of Concepts’ is ... ... new to the Transcendental Deduction of the Categories, namely, as preparation for the use of categories as predicates in sentences known as the ‘Principles of Understanding’... ..., W. 1991, Kategoriendeduktion und produktive Einbildungskraft in der theoretischen Philosophie Kants und Fichtes. Köln: frommann-holzboog,
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Knowing humanity without knowing the human being: The structure of polemic in Kant’s political argumentation
... due to its passionate polemic, it can be rewritten in the form of dialogues. The most dramatic instalment is the authoritative ... ... Perpetual Peace, which is full of memorable phrases that used to excite the very first readers. Kant’s opponents are both concrete authors — either living or dead contemporaries (Garve, Mendesohn, Frederick the Great) ... ... predelah tol'ko razuma [Religion within the Limits of Reason Alone], in: Kant, I. Soch.: v 8 t. T. 6. [Writings: ... .... 2001, Weltbild und Metapher. Untersuchungen zur Philosophie im 18. Jahrhundert. Würzburg, 2001.