Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Critique of Kant as a way of Understanding Continental Philosophy

The way in which Kant is critiqued sets up the way that Critchley will go about teaching the reader about what Continental Philosophy is. The way that he starts is by demonstrating through a critique of Kant what it is not. Critchley appears to believe that Kant's use of reason is more in sync with the way analytical philosophy works as opposed to the way that Continental philosophy should be talked about and thought about.

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