Kant’s Critical Philosophy

The topic of this class is Kant’s Critical Philosophy, a period of Kant’s work beginning with the publication of the Critique of Pure Reason in 1781. Our focus will be on the Critique of Pure Reason, especially on the second edition of 1787. We will discuss central claims and arguments in this work: space and time as pure intuition, the transcendental deduction of the categories, transcendental idealism… Towards the end we will relate some of these ideas to central elements of Kant’s practical philosophy. (Syllabus)

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