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The Typic in Kant’s "Critique of Practical Reason"

Moral Judgment and Symbolic Representation
por Adam Westra - Vendido por Dodax EU
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Adam Westra The Typic in Kant’s "Critique of Practical Reason"
Adam Westra - The Typic in Kant’s "Critique of Practical Reason"

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In a short chapter of the Critique of Practical Reason entitled On the Typic of the Pure Practical Power of Judgment, Kant addresses a crucial problem facing his theory of moral judgment: How can we represent the supersensible moral law so as to apply it to actions in the sensible world? Despite its importance to Kant's project, previous studies of the Typic have been fragmentary, disparate, and contradictory.
This book provides a detailed commentary on the Typic, elucidating how it enables moral judgment by means of the law of nature, which serves as the 'type', or analogue, of the moral law. In addition, the book situates the Typic, both historically and conceptually, within Kant's theory of symbolic representation. While many commentators have assimilated the Typic to the aesthetic notion of 'symbolic hypotyposis' in the third Critique, the author contends that it has greater continuities with the theoretical notion of 'symbolic anthropomorphism' in the Prolegomena.
As the first comprehensive, book-length study of the Typic that critically engages with the secondary literature, this monograph fills an important gap in the research on Kant's ethics and aesthetics and provides a starting point for further inquiry and debate.

Observación

This series publishes outstanding monographs and edited volumes that investigate all aspects of Kant s philosophy, including its systematic relationship to other philosophical approaches, both past and present.

Studies that appear in the series are distinguished by their innovative nature and ability to close lacunae in the research. In this way, the series is a venue for the latest findings in scholarship on Kant.

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Autor Adam Westra

Información

DUIN 19D0NS480J6

GTIN 9783110454628

Fecha de aparición 07.03.2016

Número de páginas 280

Product type Libro

Dimensión 230 x 161 x 155  mm

Peso del producto 536 g

107,64 €
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