|Kants System der transzendentalen Ideen|
Klimmek, Nikolai F.
2005, 235 S, Gb, (Gruyter)
According to Kant's famous dictum, human reason entangles itself in questions which are unavoidable and yet unanswerable. Controversy is aroused by his thesis that reason, driven by the need for complete understanding, necessarily formulates quite definite ideas. Klimmek reconstructs the Kantian system of these ideas of the unconditional, with which Kant achieved essential proof objectives.