De la possibilité à l'existence, Kant critique de Leibniz

Dialogue 47 (2):211 (2008)
RÉSUMÉ: Cet article reconstruit en trois étapes l'evolution de Kant sur les notions fondamentales de possibilité et d'existence depuis la Nova dilucidatio jusqu' à la Kritik der reinen Vernunft, en passant par le Beweisgrund, afin, d'une part, de mettre en évidence ce que Kant doit directement à Leibniz et, d'autre part, de montrer comment et pourquoi seul le tournant critique a su arracher l'un à l'autre sur le chemin de la possibilité à I'existence, à travers une double rupture, à la fois épistémologique et ontologique. ****************************************************************************************************************************************** ABSTRACT: This article offers a contribution to the study of Leibniz's thought on possibility and existence based on a reconstruction of the evolution of Kant's thought on these notions in Nova dilucidatio, Beweisgrund and Kritik der reinen Vernunft. Its aim is to shed light on Kant's debt to Leibniz and to show that only the critical turn could make thein diverge on this question through a twofold opposition on epistemology and ontology
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