Hegel's critique of Kant [electronic resource] / Sally Sedgwick
- Sedgwick, Sally, 1956-
- Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Oxford scholarship online: ezaccess.libraries.psu.edu
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction to Hegel's Critique: Intuitive versus Discursive Forms of Understanding in Kant's Critical Philosophy -- 1.1.Intuitive versus discursive forms of understanding: Introduction -- 1.2.Systematic unity, purposiveness, and the supreme being in the Critique of Pure Reason -- 1.3.Systematic unity, purposiveness, and the supreme being in the Critique of Judgment -- 1.4.Discursivity as the key to saving metaphysics -- 1.5.Conclusion: Hegel's portrayal of the Kantian intuitive intellect -- 2.Organic Unity as the "True Unity" of the Intuitive Intellect -- 2.1.Natural products as organisms in the Critique of Judgment -- 2.2.Nature as experienced by the intuitive intellect -- 2.3.From heterogeneity to identity -- 2.4.Kant's "merely teleological" conception of nature -- 2.5.Identity of the sciences of subject and object -- 2.6.Subjectivity as self-determining and determined -- 3.Hegel on the "Subjectivity" of Kant's Idealism -- 3.1.The standard interpretation -- 3.2.Evidence against the standard interpretation -- 3.3.The finitude of human cognition: Kant, Fichte, Jacobi, and Locke -- 3.4.Kant's commitment to absolute opposition revisited -- 3.5.Kant's contingency thesis revisited -- 3.6.Form and matter: Locke, Hume, and Kant -- 3.7.On treating reason as "independent" from "common reality" -- 4.Hegel on the Transcendental Deduction of the First Critique -- 4.1.Kant's "speculative" treatment of the question: "How are synthetic a priori judgments possible?" -- 4.2.Original synthetic unity of apperception as "absolute identity" -- 4.3.Productive imagination as a "truly speculative idea" -- 4.4.Kant's "highest idea": The "emptiness of subjectivity" -- 4.5.Kantian rejoinders -- 4.6.The need for a new account of conceptual form -- 5.Subjectivity as Part of an Original Identity -- 5.1.Treating cognition as a means -- 5.2.Thought-forms as "empty" and "external" -- 5.3.Kantian critique -- 5.4.The impossibility of knowing before one knows -- 5.5.Hegel on how thinking begins -- 5.6.Hegelian critique -- 5.7.The double dependence of concepts on intuitions -- 6.The Question-Begging Nature of Kantian Critique: Kant on the Arguments of the Antinomies -- 6.1.The arguments of the antinomies in the Critique of Pure Reason -- 6.2.Hegel on Kant's treatment of the antinomies: A first look -- 6.3.Hegel's critique revisited -- 6.4.Kant's question-begging treatment of the Third Antinomy -- 6.5.The Kantian philosophy as a "cushion" for the "indolence of thought".
- Sally Sedgwick presents an account of Hegel's critique of Kant's theoretical philosophy. She argues that Hegel offers a critique of and alternative to the conception of cognition that Kant defended in his 'critical' period, and explores Hegel's claim to derive from Kantian doctrines clues to a superior form of idealism.
- 9780191738692 (ebook)
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- Includes bibliographical references.
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