Wolff’s Science of Teleology and Kant’s Critique


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Nabeel Hamid
Concordia University
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Christian Wolff coined the term ‘teleologia’ to designate a distinct science of nature. In §85 of Preliminary Discourse on Philosophy in General, he gave the following justification for introducing the label
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