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Purposiveness and Systematic Unity in Kant's Critique of Pure Reasonav Lea Ypi753
This book focuses on a question issued from The Architectonic of Pure Reason, one of the most important sections of Kant's first Critique: what is the human being? It suggests that the answer to this question is tied to a particular account of the unity of reason - one that stresses its purposive character.
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Jake Scott, LSE Review of Books This book offers a deep, penetrating analysis of Kant's Architectonic that should, if appreciated properly, shape future discussions on Kantian scholarship.
Lea Ypi is Professor in Political Theory at the London School of Economics, and Political Science and Adjunct Professor in Philosophy at the Australian National University. A native of Albania, she has degrees in Philosophy and in Literature from the University of Rome La Sapienza, a PhD from the European University Institute, and was a Post-Doctoral Prize Research Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford University. Her work has been recognised with several prizes such as the British Academy Prize for Excellence in Political Science and the Leverhulme Prize for Outstanding Research Achievement. She contributes to The Guardian and The New Statesman. Her work has been translated in a dozen languages and published worldwide.
Introduction: Constructing Reason 1: Scholastic and Cosmic Philosophy 2: Systematic Unity in the Architectonic of Pure Reason 3: Reason as Organism 4: Theoretical Reason and the Role of Ideas 5: The Deduction of Transcendental Ideas 6: The Role of Ideas from a Practical Perspective 7: The Kingdom of Ends Conclusion: Beyond the Critique of Pure Reason