Tuesday at 4pm in Hagerty 159 we will finish the Transcendental Deduction; Rödl’s second and third lectures, which cover this material, are available from email@example.com
Tuesday at 4pm in Hagerty 159 we discuss the Introduction and begin the Transcendental Deduction of Kant’s first critique. Discussion will follow Rödl’s second lecture, divided into three parts: the first 33 minutes deal with Anscombe’s article as an anticipation of the Transcendental Deduction; starting at 40 minutes (after Michael Thompson’s intervention) Rödl discusses the Introduction; discussion of the Transcendental Deduction begins at about 1 hour 40 minutes.
Lecture and notes on the lecture are available from firstname.lastname@example.org
Transzendentale Logik: Analytik der Begriffe
- Einleitung (AA III 27-46 = B1-30)
- Transzendentale Deduktion §§13-27 (AA III 107-130 = B116-169)
Tuesday at 4pm in Hagerty 159 we continue discussion of Rödl’s first lecture, where he argues that the problem of spontaneity, self-determination, or the freedom of self-consciousness as reason as it arises in German idealism is in fact a universal problem. This is seen for example by its persistence in the very different tradition of analytic philosophy, with reference to articles by Anscombe and Hornsby .
Engstrom article recommended as supplement.