Entre a ontologia e o transcendental: Deleuze, uma apropriação de Kant: Série 2 / Between Ontology And Transcendental: Deleuze, An Appropriation Of Kant

Kant E-Prints 4:307-321 (2009)

This work comes from the finding that there is considerable debate in the academic study of the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, which is organized around the discussion of the relevance and feasibility of exploring an ontology in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, or whether it might be appropriate and consistent point training and development of a critical procedure by the French philosopher. In this sense, the central objective of this paper is to examine, in detail, of which conceptual elements that mobilizes Deleuze in his reading of Kant would support the development of a critical device in a field of thought seems far from Kant's work and the philosophy of Deleuze. At first analyzes the criticism that Deleuze proposes the philosophy of Kant, in particular the doctrine of the faculties and, subsequently, is done using the shift operated by Deleuze on basic concepts of Kantian philosophy, especially on the reinterpretation of the concept transcendental.
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