Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics Offers an assessment of Kant s thought This title talks about the problem of how the author proposed to enact his destruction of the metaphysical tradition and the role that his reading of Kant would

  • Title: Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics
  • Author: Martin Heidegger Richard Taft
  • ISBN: 9780253332769
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Offers an assessment of Kant s thought This title talks about the problem of how the author proposed to enact his destruction of the metaphysical tradition and the role that his reading of Kant would play therein.

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    1. Here is Martin Heidegger's "over-interpretation" of Kant, as Heidegger himself described Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics. Heidegger argues that Kant was able to circumscribe the domain of metaphysics, questions about the underlying nature of reality, to what it would be possible for a human being to experience. Heidegger gives a close reading of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason throughout much of the work, and still some novel ideas emerge.One of the most novel ideas of Heidegger's work is tha [...]

    2. I had to go back and read this book that I had originally encountered in 1980 when I was in graduate school. During this last month I have studied Kant's Critique of Pure Reason more carefully than ever before, and I see how thoroughly he did establish the truth of metaphysics, and most particularly ontology (the study of Being-itself). Often misunderstood as mere epistemology, Kant's work, especially as explicated by Heidegger herein, accomplished more than he could have realized in his lifetim [...]

    3. Ce livre n’a rien à voir avec Kant. En effet, la violence de l’interprétation heideggérienne est si forte qu’on pourrait la comparer à un individu qui voudrait fixer une assiette de porcelaine sur un mur à l’aide d’un pistolet à clous de 4 pouces de diamètre. À la fin, il ne reste qu’un énorme clou inébranlablement planté dans un mur tout craquelé où aucune porcelaine n’est restée sauf quelques éclats enfoncés avec le clou. Par contre, si on y apprend rien sur Kant, [...]

    4. heidegger tries here to make kant seem like an ally in his project of fundamental ontologysically, he takes kant's first critique as NOT being theory of knowledge, but metaphysics / ontology. and the main subject of the critique of pure reason to be finituded he forces kant's text to say that intuition and thought spring from a common root - transcendental imagination - which basically is time / time-forming (thus, kant is read as a proto-heideggerian)r me, the most important passage was paragra [...]

    5. Ok, I've pretty much read it, left only with the last chapter. I've spent a while familiarizing myself with Kant from secondary sources and online lectures before diving into this. For me the book's follow-able. In certain respects, you don't have to have the whole of the first critique under your belt. This is because Heidegger doesn't deal with material from the Transcendental Dialectic onwards. It's mainly the Transcendental Aesthetic and Analytic (which forms less than half of the first crit [...]

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