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Filozofia, dejiny a veda

Filozofia, 48 (1993), 9, 537-545.
Typ článku: State

The contribution deals with a philosophically appealing, yet still underrescarched problem of the relation between Kant‘s philosophy of history and his transcendental philosophy. Its starting point is the comparison of Kant's The Idea of Universal History in Its Cosmopolitan Meaning with his first Critique. This approach shows a certain identity between the two, as far as their „architectonics“ is concerned. The theoretical concepts and principles of The Critique of Pure Reason have been applied to ground building of Kant’s philosophical-historical conception, which has been primarily constituted by Kant's scientific theoretical approach.

In its conclusion the paper points out, how the scientific-historical form of Kant’s philosophical reflection of history was shaped by the interaction between science, philosophy, and history.

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