Kant's Account of Reason

[Revised entry by Garrath Williams on March 18, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Two of the most prominent questions in Kant's critical philosophy concern reason. The first, central to
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[Revised entry by Garrath Williams on March 18, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Two of the most prominent questions in Kant's critical philosophy concern reason. The first, central to his theoretical philosophy, is the unprovable pretensions of reason in earlier "rationalist" philosophers, especially Leibniz and Descartes. The second, central to his practical philosophy, is the subservient role accorded to reason by the British...

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