Kant and the Culture of Enlightenment

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SUNY Press, 2012. gada 1. febr. - 260 lappuses
Interprets Kant's conception of enlightenment within the broader philosophical project of his critique of reason.

Katerina Deligiorgi interprets Kant’s conception of enlightenment within the broader philosophical project of his critique of reason. Analyzing a broad range of Kant’s works, including his Critique of Pure Reason, the Critique of Judgment, his lectures on anthropology and logic, as well as his shorter essays, she identifies the theoretical and practical commitments that show the achievement of rational autonomy as an ongoing project for the realization of a culture of enlightenment. Deligiorgi also considers Kant’s ideas in relation to the work of Diderot, Rousseau, Mendelssohn, Reinhold, Hamann, Schiller, and Herder. The perspective opened by this historical dialogue challenges twentieth-century revisionist interpretations of the Enlightenment to show that the “culture of enlightenment” is not simply a fragment of our intellectual history but rather a live project.

Katerina Deligiorgi teaches philosophy at Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge, England.
 

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The Enlightenment in Question
13
2 Diderot Rousseau and the Task of Criticism
16
3 Diderot Normative Impasse
20
4 Rousseaus Conception of Freedom and Its Problems
30
5 Mendelssohn Reinhold and the Limits of Enlightenment
41
The Idea of a Culture of Enlightenment
55
2 A New Approach to Independent Thinking
59
3 The Culture of Enlightenment Public Argument as Social Practice
69
5 The a priori Thread of History Providence and the Possibility of Hope
128
Nature and the Criticism of Culture
133
2 The Failures of Enlightenment
136
the Severity of Kantian Morality
142
4 Schillers Aesthetic State and Its Criticism
149
5 Mature Reason and like Beginning of Culture
154
Culture after Enlightenment
159
2 Adorno and Horkheimer on the Enlightened Thought
161

4 Communication Autonomy and the Maxims of Common Understanding
77
5 Reasons Good Name and Reasons Public
85
Hamann on the Immature and Their Guardians
92
Culture as a Historical Project
99
History from a Political Perspective
104
3 Teleological Judgments of Nature and of Culture
112
Two Perspectives on Rational Ends
118
3 Foucault on the Origin of Norms
169
4 Gilligan on Mature Adulthood
176
5 Culture within the Bounds of Reason
183
Notes
187
Bibliography
231
Index
243
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Katerina Deligiorgi teaches philosophy at Anglia Polytechnic University in Cambridge, England.

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