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作者 Lu-Adler, Huaping, author
書名 Kant and the science of logic : a historical and philosophical reconstruction / Huaping Lu-Adler
出版項 New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
國際標準書號 9780190907136 (cloth : alk. paper)
9780190907143 (online content)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  B2799.L8 L926 2018    處理中    30530001330406
 歐美所圖書館  160.92 K135Lu 2018    在架上  -  30500101558594
說明 xxiv, 244 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-240) and index
This book is both a history of philosophy of logic told from the Kantian viewpoint and a reconstruction of Kant's theory of logic from a historical perspective. Kant's theory represents a turning point in and unique contribution to the never-ending philosophical debates about the nature and place of logic
1. Kant and a Philosophical History of Logic: Methodological Reflections -- 1. Introducing a History-of-Problems Approach -- 1.1. Exegetical Challenges Posed by Kant's Logic Corpus -- 1.2. Perspectival Approach -- 2. Eclecticism, System, and a Kantian Approach to History of Philosophy -- 2.1. Kant's Critical Eclecticism -- 2.2. History of Philosophy and the Idea of a "True Philosopher" -- 3. Constructing a Kantian History of Logic: Some Pointers -- 2. Nature and Place of Logic: A History of Controversies -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Logic per Aristotle, the Old Stoa, and Epicurus -- 2.1. Early Stoics and Epicureans on the Nature, Place, and Purpose of Logic -- 2.2. Aristotle on Logic -- 3. Aristotelian Logic in the Latin West -- 3.1. An Accidental Dominance of Logic -- 3.2. The Theory of Knowledge in Aristotle's Posterior Analytics and Its Implications -- 3.3. The Nature and Place of Logic -- 3.4. Between Logic and Metaphysics: The Case of Terminist Logic -- 3.5. Humanist Approaches to Logic -- 4. A Tentative Conclusion -- 3. Making of a Scientific Logic from Bacon to Wolff -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Bacon: Logic and Science -- 2.1. Kant on Bacon -- 2.2. Bacon's Great Instauration and the Call for a New Logic -- 2.3. Logic and the Destiny of Human Intellect -- 3. Locke: Logic and the Nature of Human Intellect -- 3.1. Assessing Locke's Relation to Logic -- 3.2. Logic and the Free Pursuit of Truth: A Preliminary Analysis -- 3.3. Locke on Syllogistic (Formal) Logic in the Essay -- 4. Leibniz: Syllogism and Logica Artificialis -- 5. Wolff: Logic as a Demonstrative Science -- 5.1. Kant on the Wolffian Logic -- 5.2. Wolff on Making Logic "Scientific" -- 6. Conclusion -- 4. Kant on the Way to His Own Philosophy of Logic -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Logic according to Knutzen and Baumgarten -- 3. Meier and Kant on Logic: A Comparison -- 3.1. Between Meier and Kant: Room for Disagreements -- 3.2. Kant versus Meier on the Nature and Place of Logic -- 3.3. Kant versus Meier on Natural and Artificial Logics -- 3.4. Kant versus Meier on the Utility of Logic: Is It an Organon? -- 3.5. Place of the Doctrine of Method in Kant's Logic -- 4. The Emergence of "Transcendental Logic" and Its Implications for Kant's Theory of Logic -- 4.1. Preliminaries: Between Logic and Ontology -- 4.2. From Metaphysics to "Transcendental Philosophy" -- 4.3. Ontology and Transcendental Logic: An Evolving Narrative -- 5. Conclusion -- 5. Logic and the Demands of Kantian "Science" -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Logic as a Subjective and Objective Theory of the Understanding: Reframing Some Questions -- 3. Logic as a Formal Science -- 3.1. Three Aspects of Logical Formality -- 3.2. Formality of Logic, as It Relates to Particular Sciences -- 3.3. Formality of Logic, as It Compares with Transcendental Logic -- 4. Critique and Logic -- 4.1. Why Pure General Logic Needs a Critique -- 4.2. In Search of a Critique for Pure General Logic -- 5. On the Completeness of (Aristotle's) Logic -- 5.1. Completeness and the Scientific Status of Logic -- 5.2. Making the Aristotelian Logic Scientific and Proving Its Completeness -- 5.3. A Conjectural Coda: Logic as a Self-Cognition of Reason -- 6. Conclusion
主題 Kant, Immanuel, 1724-1804
Logic
Logic -- History
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