Kant and metaphysics: tradition and modernity. Seminar of the Kant Society in Ukraine (V. Kozlovskyi, V. Terletskyi, V. Tsyba)
On June 12, 2021, the Kant Society in Ukraine organized and held an online seminar, this time dedicated to the topic of Kant and Metaphysics, which is as old and controversial as it is still controversial. The event was attended by scientists, independent researchers, as well as teachers and students of leading universities in Ukraine - the Institute of Philosophy named after GS Frying pans of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv and the I.I. Мечникова. A good opportunity for this year's seminar was the 240th anniversary of the publication of Critique of Pure Reason (1781), a text that proved to be paradigmatic for the entire philosophy of the modern era. Of course, all the participants in the event, both in their reports and in their discussions, could not ignore Kant's Critique as a critique of traditional metaphysics. However, other topics were no less interesting: the evolution of Kant as a metaphysical thinker, and the fundamental problem of the relationship between metaphysical and scientific knowledge, and the place of metaphysical issues in the context of the third "Critique". The interpretation of Kant's first "Critique" in modern American Kantianism was singled out. Below we publish the reports of those participants who agreed to publish their materials.
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