Kant's Philosophies of Judgement

"Kant's Philosophies of Judgement" by Douglas Burnham
Edinburgh University Press | 256 pages | English | 2005 | ISBN: 0748616357 | DJVU | 3,7 mb

Kant's philosophy understands judgement in different ways in the cognition of nature, the appreciation of natural beauty, and in the determination of moral action. This book aims to explore these three philosophies of judgement, producing in the process a new and creative reading of Kant's work. The result is a unique book-length study of judgement in general.

At the core of this reading is an interpretation of how Kant understands reflection, presentation, and activity. Novel aspects include accounts of the transcendental object, the implications of considering cognition as an activity, the structure of sensible givenness, Kant on the sublime, and the moral argument.

The book draws upon ideas from within the Continental tradition, particularly the works of Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Deleuze. Burnham's wide-ranging text includes treatments of key features in Kant's epistemology, philosophy of mind, aesthetics, philosophy of religion, and practical philosophy.

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