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  • =‘Critique of Pure Reason’ by Immanuel Kant= [[Image:immanuel-kant-critique-of-pure-reason-theoryleaks-672x1024.jpg]]<BR>
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  • =‘Kant’s Life and Thought’ by Ernst Cassirer= ...is enhanced by Stephen Körner’s Introduction, which places Cassirer’s Kant-interpretation in its historical and contemporary context.”
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  • ...The Conflict of the Faculties / Der Streit der Fakultäten’ by Immanuel Kant= [[Image:immanuel-kant-theoryleaks.jpg]]<BR>
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  • =‘Kant with Sade’ by Jacques Lacan= [[Category:Books]] [[Category:TheoryLeaks.org]] [[Category:Books/Jacques_Lacan]] __NOTOC__
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  • =‘Nation and Aesthetics: On Kant and Freud’ by Kojin Karatani= [[Image:kojin-karatani-nation-and-aesthetics-on-kant-and-freud.jpg]]<BR>
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  • # Lacan, J. (1990) `[[Kant]] with [[Sade]]'. October 51. Cambridge, MA and London: MIT Press. ...ing of Hegel''. Trans. [[James]] H. Nichols Jr. New York and London: Basic Books, 1969: 6</ref>
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  • <a href="kantsade.htm"><b>[[Kant]] with [[Sade]]</b></a> from <i>Écrits</i>, transl. by J.B. Swenson Jr. in ...l, 2001, transl. by Peter Connor in <i>Duras by Duras</i>, [[City Lights]] Books, San Francisco, CA, 1987. In <i>Autres Écrits</i>, Paris: Seuil, 2001.<br>
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  • ...tance à la [[Spinoza]] and the [[transcendental]] [[subject]] ''à la'' [[Kant]] and [[Fichte]] (an agenda sometimes subsumed under the banner of a “Spi ...historical/dialectical materialism. Key examples of this include [[three]] books by Engels (''[[Dialectics of Nature]]'', 1883, ''[[Anti-Dühring]]'', 1887,
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  • His most popular books were the two volumes of [[Gilles Deleuze|Capitalism and Schizophrenia: Anti ...ing Deleuzian becoming through [[Spinoza]], and eventually [[Immanuel Kant|Kant]] and [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel|Hegel]], is a process that Žižek co
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  • ...r, Anne Sørensdatter Lund Kierkegaard, is not directly referred to in his books, although she too affected his later writings. Despite his father's occasi ...an a literary attack on the [[Church of Denmark|Danish State Church]] with books such as ''[[Practice in Christianity]]'', ''[[For Self-Examination]]'', and
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  • ...sophical terms, therein resides the difference between Kant and Hegel: for Kant, the Real is the noumenal domain that we perceive "schematized" through the ...Do Dual Organizations Exist?", in Structural Anthropology (New York: Basic Books 1963), p. 131-163; the drawings are on pages 133-134.
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  • Finally, in the deluge of the [[conservative]]-[[liberal]] "Black Books" on Stalinist "[[totalitarianism]]," a [[work]] which not only meets the hi ...rom Lenin to Stalin: the revolutionary political counterpoint to Lacan's [[Kant avec Sade]] is undoubtedly Lenin avec Stalin, i.e. it is only with Stalin t
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  • "You can do your [[duty]], because you must do it" is how [[Kant]] formulated the categor ical imperative. The usual negative corollary of t * [[You May]]! ''[[London]] Review of Books''. Volume 21. [[Number]] 6. March 18, 1999. <http://www.lrb.co.uk/v21/n06/z
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  • ...tween the positions itself, the purely structural interstice between them. Kant's stance is thus "to see things neither from his own viewpoint, nor from th ...uced to any of the two positive terms between which the gap is gaping. And Kant does the same with regard to the antinomy between the Cartesian <i>cogito</
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  • ...l manifold is precisely what this [[word]] means in everyday use, not in [[Kant]]: "synthetic," artificial, "unnatural." To evoke a common [[political]] [ ...ef>G.K.Chesterton, <i>The Man Who Was Thursday</i>, Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1986, p. 44-45.</ref></blockquote>
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  • ...i>Under the Loving Care of the Fatherly Leader</i>, New York: Thomas Dunne Books 2004, p. 85.</ref></blockquote> ...ef>4. Robert Axelrod, <i>The Evolution of Cooperation</i>, New York: Basic Books 1984.</ref> Individualism versus communitarianism, utilitarianism versus [[
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  • ...demonstrate that the universe is finite <i>and</i> that it is infinite… Kant argues that if this conflict of reason is not resolved that humanity would ...Semitic and anti-Christian caricatures that abound in the press and school-books in Muslim countries? Where is here the respect for other people and their r
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  • In his Critique of [[Practical]] [[Reason]], first published in 1788, [[Kant]] argues that ethical judgment ultimately refers to the [[presence]] or [[a For Kant, there is no guaranteed connection between the good will and human [[happin
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  • ...minant [[idealism|idealistic]] [[tradition]] in France was of a [[Immanuel Kant|Kantian]] type with little influence of [[Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel]]'s ...k on [[Immanuel Kant]] received little attention. Recently, [[three]] more books have been published: a 1932 [[thesis]] on the [[physical]] and [[philosophi
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  • ...tween the positions itself, the purely structural interstice between them. Kant's stance is thus "to see things neither from his own viewpoint, nor from th ...uced to any of the two positive terms between which the gap is gaping. And Kant does the same with regard to the antinomy between the Cartesian <i>cogito</
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  • ...a category, modality, horizon of finitude.&nbsp; This was, for Heidegger, Kant's big breakthrough:&nbsp; transcendental as opposed to transcendent is a ca ...at.&nbsp; OK, they took it, OK!&nbsp; Bricolage, it's how you write sacred books!&nbsp; What interests me more is that you have two perspectives, and you ca
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  • ...gether without slaughtering one another. As I repeat again and again in my books, I don't buy the simplistic, Marxist reductive decoding, "[[human rights]], ...mala, Indonesia, and so on. This is one of my standard jokes from my early books. It always fascinated me that the only [[place]] where you see the old-fash
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  • "You can do your [[duty]], because you must do it" is how [[Kant]] formulated the categor ical imperative. The usual negative corollary of t * [[You May!]] ''[[London]] Review of Books''. Volume 21. [[Number]] 6. March 18, 1999. <http://www.lrb.co.uk/v21/n06/z
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  • ...sophical terms, therein resides the difference between Kant and Hegel: for Kant, the Real is the noumenal domain that we perceive "schematized" through the ...Organizations Exist?", in <i>Structural Anthropology</i> (New York: Basic Books 1963), p. 131-163; the drawings are on pages 133-134.<br>
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  • ...ness and [[Cruelty]], [[Deleuze]] provides an unsurpassable formulation of Kant's radically new conception of the [[moral]] Law: ...that it is self-grounded and valid solely by virtue of its own form. [...] Kant, by establishing THE LAW as an ultimate ground or principle, added an essen
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