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Edwards, Jeffrey:
Spinozism, Freedom, and Transcendental Dynamics in
Kant’s Final System of Transcendental Idealism

In: The reception of Kant's critical philosophy : Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel
[Conference "The Idea of a System of Transcendental Idealism in Kant, Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel" at Dartmouth College; (Hanover, NH) : 1995.08.] / ed. by Sally Sedgwick. - Cambridge [e.a.] : Cambridge Univ. Press, 2000: 54-77.

Contains bibliography: [325]-334

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Metaphysics / ontology, Epistemology / methodology / philosophy of mind, Reception history
Subject (individuals): Kant, Immanuel

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English commentary: Kant "treats this idea" - i.e. "that we 'intuit everything in God'" -" as something that either itself furnished, or else is necessarily connected with, a formal principle of unity. Ths Spinozistic principle is what governs the investigation of the formal determinacy of cognition ('das Formale der Erkenntnis'), and Kant clearly weighs the option of making it a, if not the, founding principle of his transcendental theory." (p. 45)

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