The Architectonic of Reason ; Purposiveness and Systematic Unity in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason

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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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