E. Mellen Press (1990)

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Peter McLaughlin
University of Heidelberg
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Kant's Critique of Teleological Judgment is read as a reflection on philosophical methodological problems that arose through the constitution of an independent science of life - biology. This work presents an example of the interconnections between philosophy and the history of science.
Keywords Teleology History  Biology History  Philosophy and science History  Antinomy History
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