VOLUME 6, ISSUE 1
Selections from the 2012 Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law Conference
"The Critique of Judgment"
Angelica Nuzzo, Reflective Judgment, Determinative Judgment, and the Problem of Particularity
Manfred Baum, Kant on Teleological Thinking and Its Failure
Tom Rockmore, Kant on Art and Truth after Plato
Todd Kesselman, An Interest in the Impossible
Rolf-Peter Horstmann, The Problem of Purposiveness and the Objective Validity of Judgments in Kant's Theoretical Philosophy
Rodolphe Gasché, Is a Determinant Judgment Really a Judgment?
Joseph Margolis, The Regress Argument in Kant, Wittgenstein, and the Pittsburgh Pragmatists
Rudolf Makkreel, Relating Kant's Theory of Reflective Judgment to the Law
David Gray Carlson, Effect Precedes Cause: Kant's Theory of the Self-in-Itself