Drakoulidis, Charalampos: Kant über Spontaneität und Selbstbestimmung im Denken
2021. XIV, 312 Seiten. Kt 59,00 €
The concept of autonomy and its relation to the idea of freedom are among the most important and most frequently discussed topics in the research on Kantian philosophy. In contrast, there has been relatively little appreciation of the fact that Kant conceives of man as a free, self-determined being not only in his practical-moral but also in his theoretical cognitive relation to the world. This disproportion is probably also due to the fact that this thesis has neither been methodically elaborated by Kant, nor is it a philosophically innocuous one. The author undertakes a systematic location of the idea of epistemic self-determination in Kant's conception of human cognition and, on this basis, explores the structural relationship between epistemic self-determination and moral autonomy. The analysis clearly highlights the parallels and differences between the two domains and identifies autonomy as a general formal principle of reason that characterizes both cognition and action.
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