The Typic in Kantí»s Critique of Practical Reason

The Typic in Kantí»s Critique of Practical Reason

English | ISBN: 3110454629 | 2016 | 281 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

In the Typic chapter of the Critique of Practical Reason, Kant aims to enable moral judgment by means of the law of nature, which serves as the 'type', or formal analogue, of moral law. The present monograph is the first comprehensive study of this key text. It provides a detailed commentary on the Typic, situates it within Kant's ethics and his theory of symbolic representation, and critically engages with the relevant secondary literature.


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