Roads of metaphysics: Kant and Heidegger
- Author: Valentin Kanavrov
- Year: 26-08-2011
- Availability: In Stock
- Product Code: 767-01
- SKU: 16.0095
- ISBN: 978-954-321-876-9
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The Monographs Roads of Metaphysics: Kant and Heidegger is the last book of Prof. Valentin Kanavlov's trilogy on Critical Metaphysics. The first two books theorize the concept of virtualistic transcendentalism and unfold its philosophical-historical interpretation. Behind this seemingly heavy terminology lies the philosophical fundamentalism of pure thinking and the revelation of its world-wide activity.
The monograph compares the two fundamental philosophical ideas: cognitive and hermeneutic through one of their greatest representatives in European philosophy - Kant and Heidegger. The total understanding of being is deeper, but Heidegger fails to clarify his truth, neglects the existing, and sinks into the silence of impermanence. In the face of Kant, rational philosophizing defines the pure origin of knowledge and the moral imperative, achieves the scope of natural laws and moral sublimity, but inevitably overwhelms the meaning of power.
Virtualistic transcendentalism seeks, through creative thinking, schematic paths to pluralist ontology, which, as a reflection of existence, testifies to the divinization of man.
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