Imagination in Kant's Critical Philosophy

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Kant's critical philosophy is rife with conflicting and aporetic doctrines. Amongst several difficult doctrines, one of the most salient and obscure discussions surrounds Kant's view of the imagination, Einbildungskraft . One finds Kant's initial discussion of the imagination in the section entitled the Transcendental Deduction in his Critique of Pure Reason ; by Kant's own admission, the section that cost him the most labor. Instrumental in these most critical passagesis Kant's discussion of the imagination, but, due ...

Imagination in Kant's Critical Philosophy 2013, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston

ISBN-13: 9783110481655

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Imagination in Kant's Critical Philosophy 2013, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston

ISBN-13: 9783110274530

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