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Kants Gesammelte Schriften

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  title={Kants Gesammelte Schriften},
  author={Immanuel Kant and Akademie der Wissenschaften and Kant-Gesellschaft and D. W. der and Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin.}
}
How Beauty Disrupts Space, Time and Thought: Purposiveness Without a Purpose in Kant's Critique of Judgment
In this essay I explore the phenomenon of "purposiveness without a purpose" in Kant's account of aesthetic judgments. I begin by considering what Kant means by purposiveness in general, and then IExpand
Kant and the problem of form: theories of animal generation, theories of mind
Although scholarly attention has been mostly paid to the many connections existing between Kant and the exact sciences, the landscape of Kant studies has begun to noticeably change during the lastExpand
Aesthetics and cognition in Kant's critical philosophy
1. Introduction Rebecca Kukla Part I. Sensible Particulars and Discursive Judgment: 2. Thinking the particular as contained under the universal Hannah Ginsborg 3. The necessity of receptivity:Expand
Kant’s Ideal of Systematicity in Historical Context
Abstract This article explains Kant’s claim that sciences must take, at least as their ideal, the form of a ‘system’. I argue that Kant’s notion of systematicity can be understood against theExpand
Reciprocity and Political Justice in Nicomachean Ethics Book V
The profusion of senses of justice in NE V.1–7 has left many readers with a general impression of chaos, but also gives rise to pressing questions about Aristotle’s conception of justice.Expand
Dois momentos do cosmopolitismo kantiano
In this article, I shall investigate two moments of the Kantian conception of cosmopolitanism. Firstly, how it appears in the Observations on the feeling of the beautiful and the sublime (1764), andExpand
The Metamorphic Temporality of Natural Beauty: Adorno’s Negation of Kantian Disinterested Contemplation
This article argues that Immanuel Kant’s concept of disinterested contemplation is inadequate because it represses the historical suffering of nature, and thus the aesthetic object’s materiality.Expand
Free Belief: The Medieval Heritage in Kant’s Moral Faith
abstract:I argue that insofar as Kant describes faith as a free-choice, he is aligned with the medieval tradition, and with his own sources that mediate this heritage (in particular, Leibniz andExpand
Juízo-de-reflexão de gosto
O objetivo do verbete e explicitar a concepcao kantiana do juizo-de-reflexao de gosto, focalizando tanto sua funcao como chave para a analise da experiencia do belo quanto sua vinculacao com a teoriaExpand
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