Kantís Theory of Mental Activity: A Commentary on the Transcendental Analytic of the Critique of Pure Reason

Robert Paul Wolff

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Area: Political Philosophy

Chapters

Preface
Introduction

Chapter I: The Historical Background of the Critique
Chapter II: The Role of the Analytic in Kant’s Philosophy
Chapter III: The Structure and Method of the Analytic
Commentary on the Transcendental Analytic
Chapter IV. The Clue of the Discovery of All Pure Concepts of the Understanding
Chapter V: The Deduction of the Pure Concepts of Understanding in the First Edition
Chapter VI: The Deduction of the Pure Concepts of Understanding in the Second Edition
Book Two: The Analytic of Principles
Introduction: Transcendental Judgement in General

Chapter VII: The Schematism of the Pure Concepts of the Understanding
Chapter VIII: System of All Principles of Pure Understanding
Chapter IX: The Ground of the Distinction of All Objects in General into Phenomena and Noumena
Concluding Remarks

In Kant’s Theory of Mental Activity Robert Paul Wolff, in straightforward, contemporary, and thus necessarily non-Kantian language, re-states and analyses the key concepts of Kant's doctrine, making them as readily comprehensible as we may reasonably expect them ever to become. He separates and identifies Kant's tangled, often conflicting trends of thought, in the interest of clarity and accuracy.