Kant Selections / Edition 1

Kant Selections / Edition 1

by Lewis White Beck, Lewis W. (Ed.) Beck, Immanuel Kant
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0023078219

ISBN-13: 9780023078217

Pub. Date: 02/24/1998

Publisher: Pearson

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ISBN-13:
9780023078217
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
02/24/1998
Series:
Great Philosophers Series
Edition description:
Facsimile
Pages:
496
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1(24)
I. An Enquiry into the Distinctness of the Fundamental Principles of Natural Theology and Morals (The Prize Essay)
25(24)
Editor's Introduction
27(22)
II. On the Form and Principles of the Sensible and the Intelligible World (The Inaugural Dissertation)
49(28)
Editor's Introduction
51(26)
III. Kant's Letter to Marcus Herz, February 21, 1772
77(8)
Editor's Introduction
79(6)
IV. Critique of Pure Reason
85(64)
Editor's Introduction 87(8)
A. Preface and Introduction
95(9)
THE COPERNICAM REVOLUTION IN METAPHYSICS
95(9)
THE ORIGIN OF OUR KNOWLEDGE
104(1)
B. Transcendental Aesthetic
104(6)
INTUITION
104(1)
SPACE
105(1)
TIME
106(1)
SPACE, TIME, AND MATHEMATICS
107(2)
APPEARANCE AND ILLUSION
109(1)
C. Transcendental Logic: The Analytic of Concepts
110(5)
METAPHYSICAL DEDUCTION OF THE CATEGORIES
110(2)
TRANSCENDENTAL DEDUCTION OF THE CATEGORIES
112(3)
D. Transcendental Logic: The Analytic of Principles
115(10)
OF THE HIGHEST PRINCIPLE OF ALL SYNTHETICAL JUDGMENTS
115(2)
THE SECOND ANALOGY OF EXPERIENCE: THE LAW OF CAUSATION
117(3)
THE POSTULATES OF ALL EMPIRICAL THINKING AND THE REFUTATION OF IDEALISM
120(5)
E. Transcendental Logic: Transcendental Dialectic
125(24)
INTRODUCTION
125(1)
TRANSCENDENTAL IDEALISM AND EMPIRICAL REALISM
125(2)
THE ANTITHETIC OF PURE REASON
127(1)
INTRODUCTION
127(1)
THE THIRD ANTIMONY: FREEDOM AND NATURAL LAW
128(2)
EXPLANATION OF THE COSMOLOGICAL IDEA OF FREEDOM IN CONNECTION WITH THE UNIVERSAL NECESSITY OF NATURE
130(6)
CRITIQUE OF RATIONAL THEOLOGY
136(1)
IMPOSSIBILITY OF AN ONTOLOGICAL PROOF OF THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
137(4)
IMPOSSIBILITY OF A COSMOLOGICAL PROOF OF THE EXISTENCE OF GOD
141(3)
IMPOSSIBILITY OF PHYSICO-THEOLOGICAL PROOF
144(5)
V. Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics
149(86)
Editor's Introduction
151(84)
VI. Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals
235(64)
Editor's Introduction
237(62)
VII. Critique of Practical Reason
299(30)
Editor's Introduction 301(3)
A. The Dialectic of Pure Practical Reason
304(14)
THE ANTINOMY OF PRACTICAL REASON
306(1)
CRITICAL RESOLUTION OF THE ANTINOMY
307(4)
THE IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL AS A POSTULATE OF PURE PRACTICAL REASON
311(1)
THE EXISTENCE OF GOD AS A POSTULATE OF PURE PRACTICAL REASON
311(6)
OF THE WISE ADAPTATION OF MAN'S COGNITIVE FACULTIES TO HIS PRACTICAL VOCATION
317(1)
B. Moral Education
318(11)
VIII. Critique of the Faculty of Judgment
329(82)
Editor's Introduction 331(10)
A. Introduction (Sections II-VIII)
341(12)
B. Critique of the Faculty of Aesthetical Judgment
353(34)
ANALYTIC OF THE BEAUTIFUL (Sections 1-3, 5-14, 16-22)
353(23)
ANALYTIC OF THE SUBLIME (Sections 23-28)
376(3)
DEDUCTION OF PUTE ANESTHETICAL JUDGMENTS: FINE ARTS AND GENIUS (Sections 44-46)
379(3)
DIALECTIC OF THE FACULTY OF AESTHETICAL JUDGMENT (Sections 56, 57, 59)
382(5)
C. Critique of the Faculty of Teleological Judgment
387(24)
ANALYTIC OF THE FACULTY OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT (Sections 64, 65, 69)
387(5)
DIALECTIC OF THE FACULTY OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT (Sections 70, 71, 75-78)
392(16)
METHODOLOGY OF THE FACULTY OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT (Section 84)
408(3)
IX. Idea for a Universal History from a Cosmopolitan Point of View
411(16)
Editor's Introduction
413(14)
X. Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch
427(32)
Editor's Introduction
429(30)
XI. What Is Enlightenment?
459(10)
Editor's Introduction
461(8)
Bibliographical Essay 469

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