Rebecca Kukla's Aesthetics and cognition in Kant's critical philosophy PDF

By Rebecca Kukla

ISBN-10: 0521862019

ISBN-13: 9780521862011

This 2006 quantity explores the connection among Kant's aesthetic concept and his serious epistemology as articulated within the Critique of natural cause and the Critique of the ability of Judgment. The essays, written in particular for this quantity, discover middle components of Kant's epistemology, reminiscent of his notions of discursive realizing, event, and goal judgment. in addition they display a wealthy grab of Kant's serious epistemology that allows a deeper realizing of his aesthetics. jointly, the essays display that Kant's serious undertaking, and the dialectics of aesthetics and cognition inside of it, remains to be correct to modern debates in epistemology, philosophy of brain, and the character of expertise and objectivity. The ebook additionally yields very important classes in regards to the ineliminable, but complicated position of mind's eye, sensibility and aesthetic adventure in notion and cognition.

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This pleasure in the discovered suitability of nature for comprehension by the discursive understanding – or in other words, pleasure in the purposiveness of nature – is at least closely related to the aesthetic pleasure we take in the beautiful, which concerns the harmony between our sensible presentations and the goals of the understanding in general. However, insofar as this pleasure shows up in the context of empirical judgment, it marks a contingency that would seem to be unacceptable by the standards of the first Critique and the goals of critical epistemology.

Kant’s forms of judgment serve as a sort of “checklist” of questions to ask, and thus help unfold the combination of descriptive and normative features in aesthetic judgments. Concluding with the modality of judgments of taste, Longuenesse argues that according to Kant, the necessity attaching to judgments of taste has both the prescriptive force that otherwise pertains to a moral imperative (“others ought to judge like me”) and the descriptive force that otherwise pertains to a judgment of cognition (the connection between the predicate ‘beautiful’ and the object is a necessary connection of a peculiar kind).

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