The essay aims to examine the theory of kantian empiricism as mediation between finity and infinity; therefore it focuses on Kant's affinities with Lambert's analytical phenomenology and on the young Hegel's criticism towards Kant's philosophy; then the essay treats the matter of illusion and falsehood. These are interpreted as two different faces of the kantian empiricism: the former relates to the anthropological studies and social integration. The latter transfers the focus on the problem of social disunion, its moral condemnation and, last but not least, the possibility to relate the sensible world with the intelligible principle of freedom, through the concept of “blame” (of lockyan origin).
|Titolo:||L'empirismo di Kant: illusione, menzogna e biasimo|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|