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Interpreting Kant's Critiques
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Interpreting Kant's Critiques

Karl Ameriks

Abstract

This volume contains essays on all three main areas of Kant’s work: theoretical philosophy (the first Critique), practical philosophy (the second Critique), and aesthetics (the third Critique). It begins with a substantial, specially written introduction that sets out main themes in the structure and interpretation of Kant’s Critical philosophy. The first part of the book (Chs. 1–5) includes several of the author’s well-known essays on the Critique of Pure Reason, emphasizing Kant’s central theoretical notions of a transcendental deduction and transcendental idealism, and providing an extensiv ... More

Keywords: aesthetics, conceptuality, Critical philosophy, freedom, interpretation, judgement, moral law, taste, transcendental deduction, transcendental idealism

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2003 Print ISBN-13: 9780199247318
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2005 DOI:10.1093/0199247315.001.0001

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Karl Ameriks, author
University of Notre Dame Indiana
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