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The Concept of the System in Kant and Fichte

EasyChair Preprint no. 9654, version 1

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21 pagesDate: February 3, 2023


Some of the current discussions about the concept of the system in Kant clearly reveal an anti-transcendental idealist position [Fichte, Schelling] in which everything would start from an axiom and be deduced from it. In any case, they defend that the form of the Kantian system of purely speculative Reason does not correspond to something deeper, but to something more complete that comes to be realized in subsequent manuscripts to the KrV, being this form of a pure transcendental system that rejects analytical deduction from first principles and establishes the unity of the system as ‘science of the relationship of all knowledge with the essential ends of human reason’. These observations will be shown to make perfect sense, and to be true; but if the concept of architecture given by Kant himself is to be respected, his letter must be exceeded, towards the assimilation of his spirit, without which, on the other hand, his concept of architecture would fall into contradiction, annulling with it, the concept of the system: the Kantian concept of architecture requires a reformulation of its concept of system understood as the construction of a possible system of purely speculative reason, an implicit and missing task of Kantian heritage, and a justified attempt at resolution carried out by German idealism.

Keyphrases: FACTum, pure reason, system

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BibTeX does not have the right entry for preprints. This is a hack for producing the correct reference:
  author = {Nazahed Franco},
  title = {The Concept of the System in Kant and Fichte},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 9654},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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