How to Account for Reason’s Interest in an Ultimate Prototype? View Full Text


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2010-11-10

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Jacco Verburgt

ABSTRACT

The topic or theme of ‘idealism’ in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason is commonly linked to well-known and much debated issues such as, first and foremost, Kant’s theory of the transcendental ideality of space and time, involving of course the crucial distinction between appearance and thing in itself; secondly, the issue of Kant’s occasional criticism of what he, at some point in the second edition, coins ‘material’ idealism, covering both Descartes’ ‘problematic’ idealism and Berkeley’s ‘dogmatic’ idealism,1 as opposed, thirdly, to the terms ‘formal’, ‘critical’, and “transcendental” that supposedly characterize Kant’s own idealism. In this article, I will only indirectly address some of these issues, focusing primarily on Kant’s less debated doctrine of the transcendental ideal, including his reading of the principle of thoroughgoing2 determination, for which this ideal is supposed to serve as the prototype, as discussed explicitly in section 2 of the third chapter of the second book of the Transcendental Dialectic, entitled ‘On the Transcendental Ideal (Prototypon transcendentale)’. More... »

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237-254

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Kant's Idealism

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978-90-481-9718-7
978-90-481-9719-4

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