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The Paradox of Subjectivity
The Self in the Transcendental Traditionav David Carr689Skickas inom 10-15 vardagar.
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Both contemporary philosophers since Heidegger and post-modern philosophers have largely rejected modernist philosophy, particularly that of Kant and Husserl, because they see it as committed to an untenably metaphysical view of the self. This book is a review of these attacks and a defence of the concepts of self and subjectivity. Carr reviews and explains the general context and influence of Heidegger's critique of Kant and Husserl. He then presents a more accurate
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reading of Kant and Husserl, which he uses as a starting-point for presenting a sketch of his own transcendental account of the self.
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Choice David Carr's Paradox of Subjectivity is a brilliant and challenging defense of the legitimacy and distinctiveness of the transcendental tradition in modern philosophy. This is a splendid book, to be enjoyed by anyone interested in Kant, or in the philosophical problems that gripped him. The Philosophical Review David Carr's Paradox of Subjectivity is a brilliant and challenging defense of the legitimacy and distinctiveness of the transcendental tradition in modern
philosophy. This is a splendid book, to be enjoyed by anyone interested in Kant, or in the philosophical problems that gripped him. The Philosophical Review ...a timely and refreshing defense of the tradition of transcendental philosophy in Kant and Husserl against Heidegger's influential attack....The
erudition and clarity of this fine study make it accessible to both undergraduate and graduate audiences. This is a welcome addition to all collections supporting a major in philosophy.
INTRODUCTION; 1. HEIDEGGER ON MODERN PHILOSOPHY AND THE TRANSCENDENTAL SUBJECT; 2. KANT: SUBJECTIVITY AND APPERCEPTION; 3. HUSSERL: SUBJECTIVITY AND INTENTIONALITY; 4. THE SELF IN THE TRANSCENDENTAL TRADITION; 5. CONCLUSION: THE PARADOX OF SUBJECTIVITY