9780872205062

Kant's Theory of Knowledge

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  • ISBN13:

    9780872205062

  • ISBN10:

    0872205061

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-03-01
  • Publisher: Hackett Pub Co Inc

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Summary

While most interpretative studies of the 'Critique of Pure Reason' are either too scholarly or too superficial to be of practical use to students, Hartnack has achieved a concise comprehensive analysis of the work in a lucid style that communicates the essence of extraordinarily complex arguments in the simplest possible way. An ideal companion to the First Critique, especially for those grappling with the work for the first time. A reprint of the Macmillan edition of 1968.

Table of Contents

Introduction
3(17)
The Transcendental Aesthetic
17(14)
The Transcendental Analytic
31(66)
The Metaphysical Deduction
31(15)
The Transcendental Deduction
46(13)
The Schematism
59(9)
The System of All Principles of Pure Understanding
68(21)
Axioms of Intuition
68(4)
Anticipations of Perception
72(2)
The Analogies of Experience
74(1)
The First Analogy
75(2)
The Second Analogy
77(2)
The Third Analogy
79(4)
The Postulates of Empirical Thought
83(1)
The First Postulate
83(2)
The Second Postulate
85(1)
The Third Postulate
86(1)
Kant's Refutation of Idealism
87(2)
Phenomena and Noumena
89(2)
The Amphiboly of Concepts of Reflection
91(6)
The Transcendental Dialetic
97(45)
The Transcendental Illusion
97(6)
The Paralogisms of Pure Reason
103(9)
The First Paralogism
104(2)
The Second Paralogism
106(1)
The Third Paralogism
107(1)
The Fourth Paralogism
108(4)
The Antinomies of Pure Reason
112(18)
The First Antinomy
113(3)
The Second Antinomy
116(1)
The Third Antinomy
117(1)
The Fourth Antinomy
118(5)
The Solution of the First Antinomy
123(1)
The Solution of the Second Antinomy
124(1)
The Solution of the Third Antinomy
125(4)
The Solution of the Fourth Antinomy
129(1)
The Ideal of Pure Reason
130(9)
The Concept of God
130(3)
The Ontological Proof of God
133(3)
The Cosmological Proof
136(1)
The Physicotheological Proof
137(2)
The Regulative Use of the Ideas
139(3)
Conclusion
142

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