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Dictionary of the History of Ideas

Studies of Selected Pivotal Ideas
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Kant gives a simplified account of the antinomy in
Prolegomena (1783), §§50-54. The most extensive study of
the antinomy is Heinz Heimsoeth's Transzendentale Dialek-
tik,
Part II: Vierfache Vernunftantinomie (Berlin, 1967). In
English, the authoritative (but very unsympathetic and
critical) study is Norman Kemp Smith's Commentary to
Kant's Critique of Practical Reason
(London, 1918; 2nd ed.,
1923), pp. 378-521.

Detailed evaluations of the antinomy in the spirit of the
antepenultimate paragraph of this article are in P. F.
Strawson's The Bounds of Sense (London, 1967), pp.
176-206, and (chosen from a very large periodical literature)
M. S. Gram's “Kant's First Antinomy,” The Monist, 51
(1967), 499-518.

On the origin of Kant's theory of antinomy, see: Karl
Siegel, “Kant's Antinomienlehre im Lichte der Inaugural-
dissertation,” Kant-Studien, 30 (1925), 67-86; L. Robinson,
“Contributions à l'histoire de l'évolution philosophique de
Kant,” Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale, 31 (1924),
268-353, especially 308-39; and reply by H. J. de
Vleeschauwer, “Les antinomies kantiennes et la Clavis
universalis
d'Arthur Collier,” Mind, 47 (1933), 303-20; Joong
Fang, Das Antinomienproblem im Entstehungsgang der
Transzendentalphilosophie
(Mainz Diss., 1960); and Norbert
Hinske, “Kant's Begriff der Antinomie und die Etappen
seiner Ausarbeitung,” Kant-Studien, 56 (1966), 485-96.

On the antinomies in the later Critiques, see L. W. Beck,
A Commentary on Kant's Critique of Practical Reason
(Chicago, 1962), Ch. 13, and H. W. Cassirer, A Commentary
on Kant's Critique of Judgment
(London, 1938).

On Crusius as an antinomic thinker with resemblances
to and influence upon Kant, see Heimsoeth's Studien zur
Philosophie Immanuel Kants
(Cologne, 1956), Ch. 3, and
Beck's Early German Philosophy (Cambridge, Mass., 1969),
Ch. 16.

On Hegel as an elaborator and critic of Kant's theory
of antinomy see M. Gueroult, “Le jugement de Hegel sur
l'antithétique de la raison pure,” Revue de Métaphysique
et de Morale,
38 (1931), 413-39.

LEWIS WHITE BECK

[See also Causation, Final Causes; Cosmology; Free Will
and Determinism; God; Happiness and Pleasure; Hegelian;
Infinity; Metaphor; Rationality.]

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