Judgement and Objectivity in Kants Theoretical and Practical Philosophy
This article aims to explain the judgement and the foundations of its objectivity with reference to Kants both theoretical philosophy, which focuses on theoretical reason and his practical philosophy that focuses on practical reason. Becuase adjudication is related to knowing and the objectivity of judgment is related to the objectivity of knowledge in his theoretical philosophy, we will try to explain what theoretical judgment is and how its objectivity can be maintained in terms of the conditions and limits of the human beings ability to know. In the practical philosophy of Kant, because adjudication is related to the actors will that is associated with decision-making, and the objectivity of judgment is related to the context of determining of the will, we will examine what practical judgment is and how its objectivity can be maintained by analyzing that what kinds of relations the will enter into for decision-making.
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