The Cambridge companion to Kant's Critique of pure reason /
"Immanuel Kant's Critique of pure reason, first published in 1781, is one of the landmarks of Western philosophy, a radical departure from everything that went before and an inescapable influence on all philosophy since its publication. In this massive work, Kant has three aims. First, he...
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|Other Authors:||Guyer, Paul, 1948-|
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- The Background to the Critique
- Kant's Copernican turn and the rationalist tradition / Desmond Hogan
- Kant, the empiricists, and the enterprise of deduction / Kenneth P. Winkler
- The Arguments of the Critique
- The introduction to the Critique: framing the question / R. Lanier Anderson
- The transcendental aesthetic / Lisa Shabel
- The deduction of categories: the metaphysical and transcendental deductions / Paul Guyer
- The system of principles / Eric Watkins
- The refutation of idealism and the distinction between phenomena and noumena / Dina Edmundts
- The ideas of pure reason / Michael Rohlf
- The paralogisms of pure reason / Julian Wuerth
- The antinomies of pure reason / Allen W. Wood
- The ideal of pure reason / Michelle Grier
- The appendix to the dialectic and the canon of pure reason: the positive role of reason / Frederick Rauscher
- The transcendental doctrine of method / A.W. Moore
- The impact of the Critique
- The reception of the Critique of pure reason in German idealism / Rolf-Peter Horstmann
- The 'transcendental method': on the reception of the Critique of pure reason in neo-Kantianism / Konstantin Pollok
- The Critique of pure reason and Continental philosophy: Heidegger's interpretation of transcendental imagination / Daniel Dahlstrom
- The Critique of pure reason and analytic philosophy / Kenneth R. Westphal.