Space, Time, and Thought in Kant

Space, Time, and Thought in Kant

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  • Hardback | 562 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 36.07mm | 2,160g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1989 ed.
  • VIII, 562 p.
  • 0792301358
  • 9780792301356

Table of contents

I - The Elements for Interpreting Kant.- 1 - Space and Time.- Section 1 - Descriptive Representation.- Section 2 - Space.- Section 3 - Geometry.- Section 4 - Time.- 2 - Thought.- Section 1 - Necessary Unity.- Section 2 - The Unity of Possible Experience and the Unity of Objects.- 3 - Substance.- Section 1 -Permanence.- Section 2 - Permanence: Further Remarks.- Section 3 - Substance-Based Time.- Section 4 - Substance, Underdetermination, and Inscrutability.- Section 5 - Further Dynamical Issues.- 4 - The World.- Section 1 - Unrestricted General Representation.- Section 2 - Transcendental Idealism.- 5 - The Rework Hypothesis.- II - The Early View.- 1 - The Early Theory of Thought.- Section 1 - The Deduction.- Section 2 - The Second Analogy.- Section 3 - The Fourth Paralogism.- 2 - The Text of the Early View.- Section 1 - The Aesthetic.- Section 2 - The Complete Early Text.- 3 - The Break-Up of the Early View.- III - The Middle View.- 1 - The Middle Theory of Thought.- Section 1 - The Statement of the Middle View.- Section 2 - The Deduction.- Section 3 - Phenomena and Noumena.- 2 - The Text of the Middle View.- Section 1 - The Analogies.- Section 2 - The Complete Middle Text.- IV - The Transition to the Late View - The Mathematical Antinomies.- 1 - The Break-Up of the Middle View over the Second Antinomy.- Section 1 - The Textual Anomalies.- Section 2 - The Arguments of the Second Antinomy.- Section 3 - The Failure of a Resolution and the Shift to the Late Basis.- 2 - The Argument of the Antinomies Against the Middle View.- Section 1 - The Design of the Mathematical Antinomies.- Section 2 - The First Antinomy: Space.- Section 3 - The First Antinomy: Time.- Section 4 - The Revised Second Antinomy.- Section 5 - The Solution of the Antinomies.- Section 6 - The Solution of the Ideas.- V - The Late View.- 1 - The Late Theory of Thought.- Section 1 - The Changes in the Late View.- Section 2 - The Deduction.- Section 3 - Logical Functions, Pure Concepts, and Schemata.- Section 4 - A Priori Knowledge.- 2 - The Text of The Late View.- Section 1 - The Aesthetic.- Section 2 - The Analogies.- Section 3 - Phenomena and Noumena.- Section 4 - What-is-so within Sensibility.- Section 5 - What-is-so beyond Sensibility.- Section 6 - The Complete Late Text.
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