The Critical Philosophy of Hermann Cohen

The Critical Philosophy of Hermann Cohen

by Andrea Poma
     
 

ISBN-10: 079143186X

ISBN-13: 9780791431863

Pub. Date: 01/28/1997

Publisher: State University of New York Press

This is a translation of Andrea Poma’s La filosofia critica di Hermann Cohen, which first appeared in 1988.

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This is a translation of Andrea Poma’s La filosofia critica di Hermann Cohen, which first appeared in 1988.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780791431863
Publisher:
State University of New York Press
Publication date:
01/28/1997
Series:
SUNY series in Jewish Philosophy Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
334
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter One. The Interpretation of Kant

1. Neo-Kantianism
2. The Trendelenburg-Fischer Dispute
3. The First Edition of Kants Theorie der Erfahrung
4. Cohen and the Disputes over the Interpretation of Kant
5. Kant's Critical Philosophy

Chapter Two. The Interpretation of Plato

1. The Initial Psychological Interpretation
2. Plato in the History of Idealism
3. The Theory of Ideas
4. Plato's Critical Philosophy
5. The Interpretation of Plato's Theory of Ideas in The Post-1878 Works

Chapter Three. The New Interpretation of Kant and the Definition of Critical Idealism

1. From the First to the Second Edition of Kants Theorie der Erfahrung
2. The Interpretation of Leibniz
3. The Principle of Intensive Magnitude in Kant
4. The Thing-in-Itself and Ideas
5. The New Meaning of Critical Philosophy in Kant

Chapter Four. Critical Idealism

1. From Transcendental to Critical Idealism
2. Scientific Idealism
3. Materialism, Spiritualism, and Skepticism
4. Idealism without a Subject?
5. Ethical Idealism
6. Eudemonism and Pantheism
7. Aesthetic Idealism
8. Critical Idealism and Eclecticis
9. Excursus: Romanticism: Fichte, Schelling, Hegel

Chapter Five. Logic

1. From the Critique of Knowledge to the Logic of Pure Knowledge
2. The Concept of Purity
3. Logic and Critique
4. Productive and Representative Thought
5. The Transcendental Character of Cohen's Logic
6. Transcendental and Dialectical Methods
7. The Logic of Judgment
8. From Origin to Concept
9. Origin
10. Truth

Chapter Six. Ethics

1. The Development of Cohen's Interpretation of Kant's Ethics
2. Cohen's Judgment on Kant in Ethik des reinen Willens
3. The Problems of Cohen's Ethics from the Point of View of Critical Philosophy
4. The Critical Formulation of the Problem of Man
5. The Contribution of Ethics to the Critical Conception of Truth

Chapter Seven. Aesthetics, Psychology, and Critical System

1. The Aesthetics of Pure Feeling
2. Psychology
3. The Critical System

Chapter Eight. The Philosophy of Religion and the System of Philosophy

1. Continuity and Turning Point: The Philosophy of Religion and the System in the Perspective of Critical Philosophy
2. The Religion of Reason and Religious Experience
3. Rational Religion and Constructive Method
4. The Peculiarity of Religion as Regards Ethics
5. The Peculiarity of Religion as Regards the System
6. The Centrality of Ethics in the System
7. Truth, God, and Being in Cohen's Ethics
8. The Idea of God as a Regulative Idea and as a Constitutive Principle

Chapter Nine. The Uniqueness of God and Correlation

1. The Uniqueness of God
2. Creation
3. God as Origin and the Teaching of God's Negative Attributes
4. The Idea of God and Plato
5. Revelation
6. Holy Spirit
7. Holy Spirit and the Idea of Good
8. Holiness and Correlation
9. Holy Spirit and the Peculiarity of Religion

Chapter Ten. Man in Correlation with God

1. Jewish Monotheism and Scientific Idealism
2. Suffering
3. Fellowman as Mitmensch
4. Correlation as Love
5. Love for Mitmensch : Compassion
6. God's Love for Man: Mercy
7. Man's Love for God: Yearning
8. The Individual in Ethics and Religion
9. The Individual and Sin
10. Penitence, Liberation and Redemption
11. The God-Individual Correlation and Reflections on the Limit

Chapter Eleven. Messianism and History

1. Messianism and Universal History
2. Messianism and the Peculiarity of Religion
3. Messianism and Suffering
4. Precedents for the Concept of Evolution in Cohen's Philosophy
5. Immortality and Historical Evolution
6. The Anti-Eudemonist Conception of History
7. Truth and Peace

Abbreviations

Notes

Index of Names

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