The Conclusion of the Critique of Pure Reason

Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 16 (1):165-178 (1993)
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Based on some interpretations about the Critique of Pure Reason, the author holds a real answer to the question about the possibility of Metaphysics remains in the uncertainty there. Without any proper Conclusion of the work, this question is displaced to the background and it is, in certain way, superseded by the question about God's existence and a future life. In II, The Transcendental Doctrine of Method, Kant points towards the Highest Good as a determining ground of the ultimate end of pure reason



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Jean Grondin
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