By Sally Sedgwick
The interval from Kant to Hegel is among the such a lot extreme and rigorous in glossy philosophy. The crucial challenge on the center of it was once the improvement of a brand new average of theoretical mirrored image and of the primary of rationality itself. The essays during this quantity examine either the advance of Kant's method of transcendental idealism within the 3 opinions, the Metaphysical Foundations of ordinary technological know-how, and the Opus Postumum, in addition to the reception and transformation of that idealism within the paintings of Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel.
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Finally, Kant adds the last element of his position, the claim that (iv) the concept of God can be given determinate content only from a practical point of view, that is, the only predicates that can be ascribed to him in order to amplify the vague conception of him as the author of nature are those that are necessary to conceive of him as the ground of the realizability of the highest good. This argument is expanded beyond the hint at it offered in the “Canon,” but still not developed at the length it will be in the Critique o f Judgment.
Thus, God must be conceived of as “all-knowing in order [for him] to know my conduct in its innermost disposition in all possible cases and throughout the future,” or in order to judge my virtue, and he must be “all-powerful” and “all-present” in order “to apportion to it the appropriate consequences” (5:140). Thus, Kant’s moral theology con sists not merely in the claim that only morality gives us a ground for believing in the existence of God; it also includes the claim that only morality gives us a determinate conception of God.
I also wish to express my gratitude to both Rolf-Peter Horstmann and the Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung for the generous support that made the completion of this paper possible. The Unity of Nature and Freedom: Kant s Conception of the System of Philosophy PAUL G U Y E R I In the last stage of his last attempt at philosophical work, the “First Fascicle” of the Opus postumum, Kant was apparently trying to unify his theoretical and practical philosophy into a single system of the ideas of nature and freedom.
The Reception of Kant's Critical Philosophy: Fichte, Schelling, and Hegel by Sally Sedgwick