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Temps et causalité chez Kant et Schopenhauer

Abstract : The present paper tries to wonder why Schopenhauer remains an important philosopher for us today, that is, it aims at determining what was the proper gesture of this author in philosophy. For that purpose, I try to define his breaking point with Kant, and I find it hopefully in the question of the relationship between time and causality, on the occasion of which Schopenhauer leads a criticism against Kant. I present four observations about this criticism, which concern respectively the notions of body and will, of dream, of knowledge, finally of object, perception and experience. At the conclusion of this analysis, the innovation of Schopenhauer appears in a certain reversal of the critical question itself.
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Arnaud François. Temps et causalité chez Kant et Schopenhauer. Les études philosophiques, Presses Universitaires de France, 2012, juillet 2012 (3), pp.369-389. ⟨hal-00823932⟩



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