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Kant on the sources of metaphysics : the dialectic of pure reason

Author: Marcus Willaschek
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
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Detailed exploration of the Transcendental Dialectic, in which Kant uncovers the sources of metaphysics in human reason.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Willaschek, Marcus.
Kant on the sources of metaphysics.
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018
(DLC) 2018024263
(OCoLC)1041233501
Named Person: Immanuel Kant
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcus Willaschek
ISBN: 9781108596077 110859607X 9781108560856 1108560857
OCLC Number: 1060523921
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Half-title; Title page; Copyright information; Dedication; Contents; Note on References and Citations; Preface; Introduction; 0.1 Beginning at the Beginning(s); 0.2 The Rational Sources Account; 0.3 One Argument, Four Levels; 0.4 Kant's Two Projects in the Transcendental Dialectic; 0.5 Overview; Part I From Reason to Metaphysics; Introduction to Part I; 1 Kant's Conceptions of Reason and Metaphysics; 1.1 Kant's Conception of Reason; 1.1.1 Reason as the Capacity for Mediate Inference; 1.1.2 Reason as a Faculty (Vermögen) and Reason as a System of Principles 1.1.3 Speculative and Practical Reason, Pure Reason, and Universal Human Reason1.1.4 Two Aspects of Reason: A Historical Digression; 1.1.5 The Logical and the Real Use of Reason; 1.1.6 Pure Speculative Reason; 1.2 Kant's Conception of Metaphysics; 1.2.1 Kant's Conception of Metaphysics in the First Critique; 1.2.2 Kant on the Prospects and Failures of Metaphysics; 1.3 Conclusion; 2 The Logical Use of Reason and the Logical Maxim; 2.1 The Logical Use of Reason; 2.1.1 Formality; 2.1.2 Rational Inference; 2.1.3 Inferential Concatenation; 2.1.4 System and Science 2.2 The Content of the Logical Maxim2.2.1 Conditioned Cognition; 2.2.2 Unconditioned Cognition; 2.2.3 The Logical Maxim: The Full Formulation; 2.3 The Logical Maxim, Science, and Universal Human Reason; 2.3.1 The Logical Maxim and Science; 2.3.2 The Logical Maxim and Universal Human Reason; 2.4 Conclusion; 3 The Supreme Principle of Pure Reason; 3.1 'Given'; 3.2 Real Conditioning; 3.2.1 The Formal Features of Real Conditioning; 3.2.2 Necessary and Sufficient Conditions and Real Conditioning as a Disjunctive Concept; 3.2.3 Real Conditioning and the Relational Categories 3.2.4 Is There an Analytic Link between Condition and Conditioned?3.2.5 Real Conditioning: Conclusion; 3.3 The Unconditioned; 3.3.1 Unconditioned Series; 3.3.2 Completeness and Totality; 3.3.3 Totality of Conditions and the Principle of Comprehension; 3.3.4 Conclusion: The Unconditioned and the Supreme Principle; 3.4 The Supreme Principle and the Principle of Sufficient Reason; 4 Understanding the Transition Passage (A307-8/B364); 4.1 Objective Validity; 4.2 Regulative and Constitutive Use of Principles in the Appendix and in the Resolution of the Antinomy 4.2.1 Logical and Transcendental Principles in the Appendix4.2.2 Regulative and Constitutive (Use of) Principles in the Appendix: Two Readings; 4.2.3 The Regulative Use of the Supreme Principle; 4.3 A Transition in Two Steps; 4.3.1 A Reading of the Transition Passage; 4.3.2 The Transition Passage and Transcendental Illusion; 4.3.3 Understanding the Transition Itself; 5 The Transition from the Logical Maxim to the Supreme Principle of Pure Reason; 5.1 Step 1: From the Logical Maxim to the Regulative Supreme Principle; 5.1.1 Why the Logical Maxim Presupposes the Regulative Supreme Principle
Responsibility: Marcus Willaschek, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.

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