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Kant's theory of feeling

dc.contributor.advisorGrubor, Nebojša
dc.contributor.otherBabić, Jovan
dc.contributor.otherPopović, Una
dc.creatorCvejić, Igor D.
dc.date.accessioned2017-03-18T19:49:51Z
dc.date.available2017-03-18T19:49:51Z
dc.date.issued2017-03-02
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dc.description.abstractUobičajene su interpretacije po kojima Kant osećaje objašnjava ili kauzalno ili kao intencionalna stanja. Pod kauzalnim objašnjenjem, podrazumeva se da je osećaj prost oset (materijalna predstava čula) koja se ne može nikako drugačije objasniti osim preko svojih uzroka. Prema intencionalnom objašnjenju, kakvo je ono Rejčel Zakert, Kant osećaj shvata kao mentalno stanje drugog reda, kao svest o, ili predstavu o, nekom drugom stanju i njegovoj relacionoj karakteristici. Oslanjajući se na podelu osnovnih moći duše, u radu će se braniti teza da obe prethodne interpretacije ne mogu adekvatno da objasne Kantovo shvatanje osećaja. Prema razlici osnovnih odredbi duše osećaji, kao mentalna stanja sui generis, sami nisu predstave, prema tome ni oset, ni predstava višeg reda. Naprotiv, osećaj jeste subjektivni kauzalitet predstave, težnja da se u datom stanju predstavljanja održi ili da se ono odbaci – koja se i bez predstave višeg reda manifestuje kao svest...sr
dc.description.abstractTwo main contemporary interpretations of Kant’s account concerning the feeling of pleasure and displeasure argue that he explains feeling either causally or as an intentional mental state. According to the causal interpretation a feeling is an opaque sensation, which could not be explained by itself, but rather by its causes. As claimed by Rachel Zuckert, chosen due to her detailed explanation of intentional interpretation, feeling for Kant could be understood as a second order mental state, as a ‘consciousness of’ or ‘representations of’ another mental state and its relational characteristic. Relaying on Kant’s division of the faculties of the soul, the thesis will be defended, that both interpretations could not adequately explain Kant’s account of feeling. According to the difference between basic determinations of the soul, feelings, as mental states sui generis, are themselves not representations, therefore, they are nor sensations, nor second-order representations. Instead, a feeling should be understood as a subjective causality of representation, a tendency to maintain or restrain the state of representation – which is by itself manifested as a consciousness...en
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dc.publisherУниверзитет у Београду, Филозофски факултетsr
dc.rightsAutorstvo-Nekomercijalno-Deliti pod istim uslovima 3.0 Srbija (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0)
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Београдуsr
dc.subjectKant, osećaj, moći duše, ukus, moć suđenja, intencionalnostsr
dc.subjectKant, feeling, faculties, taste, judgement power, intentionalityen
dc.titleKantova teorija osećajasr
dc.title.alternativeKant's theory of feelingen
dc.typePhD thesis
dcterms.abstractГрубор, Небојша; Бабић, Јован; Поповић, Уна; Цвејић, Игор Д.; Кантова теорија осећаја; Кантова теорија осећаја;


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