BUCHBESPRECHUNGEN

BUCHBESPRECHUNGEN Immanuel K a n t : Logic. Translated by Robert Hartman and Wolf gang Schwarz. The Library of Liberal Arts. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1974. Pp. cxv + 164. This is the first complete translation into English of Kant's Logik: Ein Handbuch zu Vorlesungen. Previously T. K. Abbot translated Kant's Introduction, but left out both Jäsche's Preface and the main body of the text. The unavailability of this important text, or its representation by a partial and inaccurate translation, cannot but have helped perpetrate some of the misunderstandings so wide spread among Anglo-American philosophers regarding Kant's philosophy. He who cannot read German has had to rely on the commentators for Kant's conception of formal logic, and, with the possible exception of H. J. Paton (Kant*s Metaphysic of Experience), the better known expositors (e.g. Ewing, Körner, Smith, Strawson, Weldon, Wolff) barely discuss the topic, and their comments are usually based on passages from the Critique of Pure Reason, which are not sufficient for an adequate understanding of the topic. None of these commentators explain in detail that Kant formulated in the Logic -- and presupposed in the Critique of Pure Reason -- a conception of judgment different than that found http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Kant-Studien de Gruyter

BUCHBESPRECHUNGEN

Kant-Studien, Volume 67 (1-4) – Jan 1, 1976

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de Gruyter
Copyright
Copyright © 2009 Walter de Gruyter
ISSN
0022-8877
eISSN
1613-1134
DOI
10.1515/kant.1976.67.1-4.102
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Immanuel K a n t : Logic. Translated by Robert Hartman and Wolf gang Schwarz. The Library of Liberal Arts. Indianapolis, Ind.: Bobbs-Merrill, 1974. Pp. cxv + 164. This is the first complete translation into English of Kant's Logik: Ein Handbuch zu Vorlesungen. Previously T. K. Abbot translated Kant's Introduction, but left out both Jäsche's Preface and the main body of the text. The unavailability of this important text, or its representation by a partial and inaccurate translation, cannot but have helped perpetrate some of the misunderstandings so wide spread among Anglo-American philosophers regarding Kant's philosophy. He who cannot read German has had to rely on the commentators for Kant's conception of formal logic, and, with the possible exception of H. J. Paton (Kant*s Metaphysic of Experience), the better known expositors (e.g. Ewing, Körner, Smith, Strawson, Weldon, Wolff) barely discuss the topic, and their comments are usually based on passages from the Critique of Pure Reason, which are not sufficient for an adequate understanding of the topic. None of these commentators explain in detail that Kant formulated in the Logic -- and presupposed in the Critique of Pure Reason -- a conception of judgment different than that found

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Kant-Studiende Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 1976

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