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Routledge philosophy guidebook to Kant on judgement / Robert Wicks

Wicks, Robert, 1954- (författare)
ISBN 0-415-28110-5 (hardback alk paper)
London ; Routledge, 2007
Engelska 290 s.
Serie: Routledge philosophy guidebooks
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  • Introduction -- A guide to the entire third critique -- Kant's philosophical style -- The historical composition of the critique of the power of judgment -- 18th century aesthetic theory prior to Kant -- The pleasure in pure beauty -- The first logical moment: judgments of pure beauty are aesthetic and disinterested aesthetic judgments vs. cognitive judgments -- Judgments of pure beauty are not grounded upon interests -- Varieties of interest-grounded judgments (i) : judgments of sensory gratification -- Varieties of interest-grounded judgments (ii) judgments of goodness -- Varieties of satisfaction : disinterested vs. interested -- The second logical moment : judgments of pure beauty are grounded upon a universal feeling of approval -- Pure beauty is based on a non-personal, public feeling of approval -- Although judgments of pure beauty are not provable, they nonetheless oblige everyone's agreement -- The key to the critique of taste -- The harmony of the cognitive faculties of understanding and imagination -- The third logical moment : judgments of pure beauty reflect upon how an object's configuration appears to have been the result of an intelligent design -- Purposiveness without purpose -- The purposiveness of an object's form -- The purposiveness of the harmony of the cognitive faculties -- Judgments of pure beauty are independent of emotions and sensory charms -- Judgments of pure beauty are independent of the concept of perfection -- Adherent beauty (i) : the amalgamation of pure beauty and perfection -- Adherent beauty (ii) : ideal human beauty as moral expression in a generically-formed human body -- The fourth logical moment : the universal feeling of approval that grounds judgments of pure beauty carries the force of necessity -- Scientific universality, moral universality, and the universality of cognition in general -- The perfection of cognition and the harmony of the cognitive faculties -- The perfection of cognition and the ideal of uniformity amidst diversity -- The deduction (legitimation) of judgments of pure beauty -- The deduction and our sensus communis -- The phenomenology of cognition in general -- The sublime and the infinite -- Sublimity is subordinate to beauty -- The infinite magnitude of the mathematically sublime -- The overwhelming power of the dynamically sublime -- The fine arts and creative genius (41-54) -- Artistic beauty vs. natural beauty -- Kant's theory of genius -- Aesthetic ideas and the beauty of fine art -- Aesthetic ideas and natural beauty -- The division of the fine arts -- Beauty's confirmation of science and morality -- The antinomy of taste -- Aesthetic ideas, genius and the supersensible substrate of nature -- Aesthetic ideas, genius, and the supersensible substrate of the human personality -- The unitary idea of the supersensible -- The subjectivity of the a priori principle of judgment -- Beauty as a symbol of morality -- Crossing the "incalculable gulf" between nature and morality -- Beauty as a symbol of scientific completeness -- Living organisms, God and intelligent design -- Natural purposes -- Formal objective purposiveness -- Material objective purposiveness: external and internal -- Human purposes, natural purposes and divine purposes -- Nature itself as a single, living organism -- The compatibility of science and morality -- The antinomy of teleological judgment -- Philosophical explanations for the presence of life -- Teleology : required for science and purposive towards god -- Teleology from a God's-eye viewpoint -- The perpetual mystery of living organisms -- The moral argument for God's existence -- Teleology provides a method, but not a proof -- The highest good as the ultimate natural purpose -- The teleological vs. the moral argument for God's existence -- Objects of faith and the moral argument for God's existence. 

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Judgment (Logic)  (LCSH)
Judgment (Aesthetics)  (LCSH)
Aesthetics  (LCSH)
Teleology  (LCSH)

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Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804.: Kritik der Urteilskraft 

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B2784 (LCC)
121 (DDC)
Dbz Kant, Immanuel (kssb/8)
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