By Howard Caygill

During this new lexical survey of Kant's works, Howard Caygill provides Kantian ideas and terminology in phrases that might introduce and make clear his principles for college kids and basic readers alike.

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This sense is crucial in the CJ where aesthetic judgement must abstract from both the concept and the matter of an aesthetic object. This is not to suggest that such objects are, or should be, without conceptual and material content, but that such content must be disregarded, or abstracted from, when making an aesthetic judgement. Empiricist critiques of Kant have largely resorted to restatements of an inductive account of abstraction, regarding it as a source of concept formation.

The francophone Berlin Academy was distinct from both the universities and the 'enlightenment societies' which met in the capital to discuss philosophical and reform issues (see Horst Möller, 'Enlightened Societies in the Metropolis: The Case of Berlin' in Hellmuth, 1990, pp. 21933). However, it provided a forum for the discussion and dissemination of enlightenment ideas to a national and international audience. As Kant's fame spread during the 1780s he was elected a full member of the Berlin Academy in 1786.

56. Letter from Hamann to Herder, 14 April 1785, Immanuel Kant's gesammelte Schriften, Vol. IV, p. 628. 57. His firm still had 1,100 copies of The Conflict of the Faculties in stock in 1832. This book generated litigation on account of parts of it being published elsewhere, and signalled the beginnings of the disputes around the lucrative publishing rights to Kant's works which also afflicted the publication of his lectures on physical geography. 58. Jachmann, in Borowski, 1912, p. 147. 59. See Borowski and Wasianski's observations in Borowski, 1912, pp.

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