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Kant, Shelley and the visionary critique of metaphysics

Author: O Bradley Bassler
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book addresses the philosophy of Kant and the poetry of Shelley as historical starting points for a new way of thinking in the modern age. Fusing together critical philosophy and visionary poetry, Bassler develops the notion of visionary critique, or paraphysics, as a model for future philosophical endeavor. This philosophical practice is rooted in the concept of the indefinite power associated with the sublime  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Named Person: Immanuel Kant; Percy Bysshe Shelley; Immanuel Kant; Percy Bysshe Shelley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: O Bradley Bassler
ISBN: 3319772902 9783319772905
OCLC Number: 1022776480
Description: xv, 262 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. From Imagination to the Parafinite --
1.1. From Imagination to the Parafinite (A First Pass) --
1.2. Vision and Vision: A Framework for Conversation? --
1.3. Philosophical Vision, and the Anomalous Vision of Kant --
1.4. Pure Synthesis as Egological Self-Positioning --
1.5. Kantian Prophylaxis and Husserlian "Platonism": A First Comparison of Two Transcendentalisms --
Bibliography --
2. The Parafinite and Self-Positioning --
2.1. Versions and Aversions of the Parafinite: Galileo, Leibniz and Kant (and More on Self-Positioning) --
2.2. Second-Order Self-Positioning as Intimated in the Second Critique --
2.3. Theoretical and Practical Self-Positioning in the Opus Postumum --
2.4. Symbolism as Higher-Order Schematization and Blumenberg's Metaphorology --
Bibliography --
3. Principles and Categories from Leibniz to Peirce in Five Easy Steps --
3.1. Leibniz on the Principle of Sufficient Reason --
3.2. Kant's New Elucidation --
3.3. False Subtleties (Kant) and Four Incapacities (Peirce) --
3.4. A New List of Categories (Peirce) --
3.5. The Pragmatic Maxim and Higher-Order Empiriocriticism: Exponentiation of Self-Positioning --
Bibliography --
4. Spotlight on Mathematics: Dislocations of Kant and Husserl --
4.1. Brouwer: Dislocation of Kant's Transcendental Aesthetic --
4.2. Hilbert: Relocation of Kant's Regulative Rationality --
4.3. Tarskian Semantics: Dislocation of Kant's Truth Criterion --
4.4. Analytic Philosophy (and a Comment on Hermeneutics) --
4.5. Frege as Partial Husserl (Lothar Eley) --
4.6. Marion's "Brouwerian" Reading of Wittgenstein --
4.7. Van Atten's "Husserlian" Reading of Brouwer --
Bibliography --
5. Adjunction and Relocation --
5.1. Adjunction as Global Dislocation: Introducing a Second Level of Paraphysics by Kantian Example --
5.2. Distribution as Relocation: A Third Level, and Kant's Transcendental Deduction of the Categories --
5.3. Blumenberg's Modernity: A Relocative Appreciation --
Bibliography --
6. Shelley's Vision --
6.1. Spirit Vision: Shelley's Poetic Modernism --
6.2. Beginning and Beyond: Notes to Queen Mab --
6.3. Triumphal Cars --
6.4. Hesperus and Prosperus: An Exemplary Excursion --
6.5. Proof Text for Locative Poetics: Shelley's Triumph (Part One) --
6.6. Reading, Response; Criticism, Vision: A Goethean Digression --
6.7. Proof Text for Locative Poetics: Shelley's Triumph (Part Two) --
6.8. At Eton and Mont Blanc --
Bibliography --
7. Conclusion --
7.1. The Parafinite and the Imagination --
7.2. Intimations of the Parafinite --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: O. Bradley Bassler.

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