Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics

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Indiana University Press, 1997 - Philosophy - 233 pages
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Since its original publication in 1929, Martin Heidegger's provocative book on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason has attracted much attention both as an important contribution to twentieth-century Kant scholarship and as a pivotal work in Heidegger's own development after Being and Time. This fifth, enlarged edition includes marginal notations made by Heidegger in his personal copy of the book and four new appendices--Heidegger's postpublication notes on the book, his review of Ernst Cassirer's Philosophy of Symbolic Forms, Heidegger's response to reviews by rudolf Odebrecht and Cassirer, and an essay On the History of the Philosophical Chair since 1866. The work is significant not only for its illuminating assessment of Kant's thought but also for its elaboration of themes first broached in Being and Time, especially the problem of how Heidegger proposed to enact his destruction of the metaphysical tradition and the role that his reading of Kant would play therein.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Laying of the Ground for Metaphysics as Critique of Pure
9
The Essence of the Finitude of Knowledge
18
The Ground for the Source of the Laying of the Ground
24
The Method for Revealing the Origin
28
10 Time as the Universal Pure Intuition
34
THE INNER POSSIBILITY
48
18 The External Form of the Transcendental Deduction
60
THE TRANSCENDENTAL POWER OF IMAGINATION AND THE PROBLEM
120
34 Time as Pure SelfAffection and the Temporal Character
132
35 The Originality of the Previously Laid Ground
137
The Laying of the Ground for Metaphysics in a Retrieval 143173
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38 The Question Concerning the Human Essence and the Authentic
150
41 The Understanding of Being and Dasein in Human Beings
158
43 The Inception and the Course of Fundamental Ontology
164
45 The Idea of Fundamental Ontology and
170

21 Schema and SchemaImage
68
23 Schematism and Subsumption
77
24 The Highest Synthetic Principle as the Full Determination
81
PART THREE
89
B THE TRANSCENDENTAL POWER OF IMAGINATION
97
30 The Transcendental Power of Imagination and Practical Reason
109
PHILOSOPHY OF SYMBOLIC FORMS PART TWO
180
KANTS CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON AND THE TASK
191
ON ODEBRECHTS AND CASSIRERS CRITIQUES OF THE KANTBOOK
208
REFERENCES FOR APPENDICES
218
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About the author (1997)

Richard Taft is former Research Fellow at Trinity College, Hartford, and former Fulbright Fellow at the Hegel Archive of the Ruhr University in Germany.

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