3 edition of Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel (Europaische Hochschulschriften Reihe VI, Psychologie) found in the catalog.
September 30, 2004 by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English
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This book investigates the conception of finality in nature («teleology) in Immanuel Kant's «critical philosophy and in Maurice Blondel's work. The introduction explains the genuine necessity of a reflection on the problem of finality in nature and.
This book investigates the conception of finality in nature («teleology») in Immanuel Kant’s «critical philosophy» and in Maurice Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel book work.
The introduction explains the genuine necessity of a reflection on the problem of finality in nature and the role Kant’s and Blondel’s philosophies could play in it. THOMISM, TRANSCENDENTAL Speculative thought on the verge of the 20th century confronted the traditional rational foundations of Christian faith with a formidable array of adversaries, primary among which was kantianism and positivism.
Two Catholic thinkers pioneered the radical rethinking called for: Cardinal mercier and Maurice blondel. Finality in Nature According to Kant and Blondel. efficient causality and teleology are among the fundamental concepts of Aristotelian philosophy of nature. Aristotle's Revenge argues that these concepts are not only compatible with modern science, but Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel book implicitly presupposed by modern science.
The book interacts heavily with the Author: Edward Feser. Metaphysics can, therefore, according to Boutroux, construct a doctrine of freedom based on the conception of contingency. The supreme principles according to this philosophy will be laws, not those of the positive sciences, but the laws of beauty and goodness, expressing in some measure the divine life and supposing free agents.
Blondel, Maurice: () A philosopher in the French "spiritualistic" tradition of Maine de Biran and Boutroux, who in his essays L'action (), and Le Proces de l'Intelligence (), defended an activistic psychology and metaphysics.
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Rationalistic feeling about Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel book. Pragmatically considered, the world. is one in many ways. One time and space. One subject of discourse. Its. parts interact. Its oneness and manyness are co-ordinate. Question of. one origin. Generic oneness. One purpose.
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According to Blondel, logic before Kant and Hegel was merely the form of reality not its matter. Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel book Blondel refers to George Noel’s La Logique de Hege  which he was bringing out in instalments during this time when Blondel was Finality In Nature According To Kant And Blondel book his thesis.
Noel held that Hegel believed “philosophy as a whole is a syllogism and in this syllogism. Moreover, such a mover must be self-existing; for that alone can act of itself which exists by itself; "operari sequitur esse et modus operandi modum essendi" (action follows upon the nature of a being, and the mode of its action is according to the mode of its being); in other words, for a being to contain within itself the explanation of the.
Acceptance of Kant's view that there we can have no valid intellectual experience makes it hard to see how religion came into existence The awareness of God being a unique case, the Fathers sometimes call it a "seeing" and sometimes repudiate the description. Bouillard's book, Blondel and Christianity in the English version, is the best.
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In the Kritik der Urteilskraft Kant names as specific autonomy of the faculty of judgement the heautonomy meaning that such faculty does not give to nature a determining law, but gives to itself a reflective criterion to interpret nature itself. If on one hand Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann relativize the Kantian concept of autonomy because.
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