Critique of Judgment

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Hackett Publishing, 1987 - 686 頁
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I On the Division of Philosophy
9
On the Domain of Philosophy in General
12
On the Critique of Judgment as Mediating the Connection of the Two Parts of Philosophy to Form a Whole
15
On Judgment as a Power That Legislates A Priori
18
The Principle of the Formal Purposiveness of Nature Is a Transcendental Principle of Judgment
20
On the Connection of the Feeling of Pleasure with the Concept of the Purposiveness of Nature
26
On the Aesthetic Presentation of the Purposiveness of Nature
28
On the Logical Presentation of the Purposiveness of Nature
32
On the Combination of Taste with Genius in Products of Fine Art
188
On the Division of the Fine Arts
189
On the Combination of the Fine Arts in One and the Same Product
195
Comparison of the Aesthetic Value of the Various Fine Arts
196
54 Comment
201
DIALECTIC OF AESTHETIC JUDGMENT 55
209
Presentation of the Antinomy of Taste
210
Solution of the Antinomy of Taste
211

How Judgment Connects the Legislations of the Understanding and of Reason
35
Division of the Entire Work
39
CRITIQUE OF AESTHETIC JUDGMENT
41
ANALYTIC OF AESTHETIC JUDGMENT BOOK i ANALYTIC OF THE BEAUTIFUL First Moment of a Judgment of Taste1 As to Its Quality
43
A Judgment of Taste Is Aesthetic
44
The Liking That Determines a Judgment of Taste Is Devoid of All Interest
45
A Liking for the Agreeable Is Connected with Interest
47
A Liking for the Good Is Connected with Interest13
48
Comparison of the Three Sorts of Liking Which Differ in Kind
51
of a Judgment of Taste As to Its Quantity 6 The Beautiful Is What Is Presented without Concepts as the Object of a Universal Liking
53
Comparison of the Beautiful with the Agreeable and the Good in Terms of the Above Characteristic
55
In a Judgment of Taste the Universality of the Liking Is Presented Only as Subjective
57
Investigation of the Question Whether in a Judgment of Taste the Feeling of Pleasure Precedes the Judging of the Object or the Judging Precedes the ...
61
of Judgments of Taste As to the Relation of Purposes That Is Taken into Consideration in Them 10 On Purposiveness in General
64
221 A Judgment of Taste Is Based on Nothing but the Form of Purposiveness of an Object or of the Way of Presenting It
66
A Judgment of Taste Rests on A Priori Bases
67
A Pure Judgment of Taste Is Independent of Charm and Emotion
68
14 Elucidation by Examples
69
A Judgment of Taste Is Wholly Independent of the Concept of Perfection
73
A Judgment of Taste by Which We Declare an Object Beautiful under the Condition of a Determinate Concept Is Not Pure
76
17 On the Ideal of Beauty
79
of a Judgment of Taste As to the Modality of the Liking for the Object 18 What the Modality of a Judgment of Taste Is
85
The Subjective Necessity That We Attribute to a Judgment of Taste Is Conditioned
86
The Condition for the Necessity Alleged by a Judgment of Taste Is the Idea of a Common Sense 21 Whether We Have a Basis for Presupposing a Co...
87
The Necessity of the Universal Assent That We Think in a Judgment of Taste Is a Subjective Necessity That We Present as Objective by Presupposing...
89
General Comment on the First Division65 of the Analytic
91
ANALYTIC OF THE SUBLIME 23 Transition from the Power of Judging1 the Beautiful to That of Judging the Sublime2
97
On Dividing an Investigation of the Feeling of the Sublime
100
MATHEMATICALLY SUBLIME 25 Explication of the Term Sublime
103
On Estimating the Magnitude of Natural Things as We Must for the Idea of the Sublime
107
On the Quality of the Liking in Our Judging of the Sublime
114
ON THE DYNAMICALLY SUBLIME IN NATURE 28 On Nature as a Might
119
On the Modality of a Judgment about the Sublime in Nature
124
of Aesthetic Reflective Judgments
126
30 The Deduction of Aesthetic Judgments about Objects of Nature Must Be Directed Not to What We Call Sublime in Nature but Only to the Beautiful
141
On the Method of the Deduction of Judgments of Taste
143
First Peculiarity of a Judgment of Taste
145
Second Peculiarity of a Judgment of Taste
147
An Objective Principle of Taste Is Impossible
149
The Principle of Taste Is the Subjective Principle of the Power of Judgment as Such
150
On the Problem of a Deduction of Judgments of Taste
152
What Is Actually Asserted A Priori about an Object in a Judgment of Taste?
154
Deduction of Judgments of Taste14
155
On the Communicability of a Sensation
157
On Taste as a Kind of Sensus Communis20
159
On Empirical Interest in the Beautiful
163
On Intellectual Interest in the Beautiful
165
43 On Art in General
170
44 On Fine Art
172
Fine Art Is an Art Insofar as It Seems at the Same Time to Be Nature
173
46 Fine Art Is the Art of Genius
174
Elucidation and Confirmation of the Above Explication of Genius
176
On the Relation of Genius to Taste
179
On the Powers of the Mind Which Constitute Genius
181
On the Idealism Concerning the Purposiveness of Both Nature and Art as the Sole Principle of Aesthetic Judgment
220
On Beauty as the Symbol of Morality
225
APPENDIX On Methodology Concerning Taste
230
CRITIQUE OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT
233
On Objective Purposiveness of Nature
235
ANALYTIC OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT 62 On Merely Formal as Distinguished from Material Objective Purposiveness
239
On Relative as Distinguished from Intrinsic Purposiveness of Nature
244
On the Character Peculiar to Things Considered as Natural Purposes
248
Things Considered as Natural Purposes Are Organized Beings
251
On the Principle for Judging Intrinsic Purposiveness in Organized Beings
255
On the Principle by Which We Teleologically Judge Nature in General as a System of Purposes
257
On the Principle of Teleology as a Principle Inherent in Natural Science
261
DIALECTIC OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT 69 What an Antinomy of Judgment Is
265
70 Presentation of That Antinomy
266
Preliminary to the Solution of the Above Antinomy
269
On the Various Systems Concerning the Purposiveness of Nature
270
None of the Above Systems Accomplishes What It Alleges to Accomplish
273
The Reason Why It Is Impossible to Treat the Concept of a Technic of Nature Dogmatically Is That a Natural Purpose Is Inexplicable
277
The Concept of an Objective Purposiveness of Nature Is a Critical Principle of Reason for Our Reflective Judgment
280
76 Comment
283
On the Peculiarity of the Human Understanding That Makes the Concept of a Natural Purpose Possible for Us
288
How the Principle of the Universal Mechanism of Matter and the Teleological Principle Can Be Reconciled in the Technic of Nature
295
METHODOLOGY OF TELEOLOGICAL JUDGMENT 79 Whether Teleology Must Be Given Treatment as a Part of Natural Science
301
On the Necessary Subordination of the Principle of Mechanism to the Teleological Principle in Explaining a Thing Considered as a Natural Purpose
303
On Conjoining Mechanism to the Teleological Principle in Explaining Natural Purposes Considered as Natural Products
308
On the Teleological System in the Extrinsic Relations among Organized Beings
312
On the Ultimate Purpose That Nature Has as a Teleological System
317
On the Final Purpose of the Existence of a World ie of Creation Itself
322
85 On Physicotheology
324
86 On Ethicotheology
331
On the Moral Proof of the Existence of God
336
Restriction of the Validity of the Moral Proof
343
On the Benefit of the Moral Argument
351
On What Kind of Assent There Is in a Teleological Proof of the Existence of God
353
On What Kind of Assent Results from a Practical Faith
360
on Teleology 475
369
SUPPLEMENT FIRST INTRODUCTION TO THE CRITIQUE OF JUDGMENT
383
i On Philosophy as a System
385
On the System of the Higher Cognitive Powers Which Lies at the Basis of Philosophy
391
On the System of All the rowers of the Human Mind
394
On Experience as a System for the Power of Judgment
397
V On Reflective Judgment
399
On the Purposiveness That Certain Individual Natural Forms Have as So Many Particular Systems
405
On the Technic of Judgment as the Basis of the Idea of a Technic of Nature
407
On the Aesthetic of the Power of Judging
409
IX On Teleological Judging
421
On the Inquiry into a Principle of Technical Judgment
426
Encyclopaedic Introduction Introduktion of the Critique of Judgment into the System of the Critique of Pure Reason
431
Division of the Critique of Judgment
437
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
443
GLOSSARY
461
INDEX
477
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Werner S. Pluhar is Affiliate Professor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, Fayette.

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