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Table of Contents

Preface

Abbreviations and Conventions

Acknowledgments

Part I: Critique of Pure Reason

Section I: A general introduction to Kant's Copernican revolution in Philosophy, and its relation to scientific knowledge and transcendent metaphysics

Section II: The division of judgments, and the status of mathematics and natural science

Section III: The Transcendental Aesthetic: the nature of space and time

Section IV: The Transcendental Analytic: how our experience - our knowledge of objects in space and time - is made possible

Section V: The Transcendental Dialectic: why no theoretical knowledge in transcendent metaphysics is possible

Part II: Critique of Practical Reason

Section I: The Analytic of Pure Practical Reason: reason not sentiment as the foundation of morality, and how freedom of the will is proved Section II: The Dialectic of Pure Practical Reason: how morality establishes the existence of God and the immortality of the soul

Section III: The importance of Kant's Copernican revolution to his moral philosophy

Part III: Critique of Judgment

Section I: The Analytic of Aesthetic Judgment: defending a third way between an empiricist and a traditional rationalist theory of taste

Section II: The Dialectic of Aesthetic Judgment: why the judgment of taste and our attitude to natural beauty require a Copernican revolution in aesthetics

Section III: A Kantian or Human theory of taste?

Section IV: Teleology and the Principle of the Finality of Nature

Bibliography

Index

About the Author

Andrew Ward is lecturer in Philosophy at the University of York.

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"In this excellent introduction to all three of Kant's Critques', Andrew Ward's aim is to put idealism back in its rightful place in our understanding of Kant. His writing is forceful, engaging and admirably clear, and his exegesis is, in my view, fundamentally correct."

-- Professor Adrian Moore, St Hugh's College, Oxford

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