Zu einer Grundfigur der Moderne bei Kant
[Critique of the Event. A Basic Figure of Modern Philosophy in Kant]
Aims and Scope
Modern philosophy has developed widely divergent understandings of "the event". Naturalistic and anti-naturalistic perspectives stand in opposition to one another, mostly along the analytic–continental divide. Harnessing a critique of the event that is founded in Kant, this study argues that there is compatibility between seemingly irreconcilable concepts, and proposes a realistic interpretation of epistemic, ethical, and aesthetic events.
- 251 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Philosophy of the event; realism; epistemology
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