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dc.contributor.authorJonkus, Dalius
dc.description.abstractThe article is dedicated to the problem of philo-sophical antropology in Kant. As the beginner of philosophical antropology Kant grounds its two aspects. First, he devides antropology into three parts: biological, cultural and philosophical. Another aspect is that the position of philosophical antropo¬logy is situated at the crossroad of transcendental and empirical philosophy. Because of that Kant maintaines the pragmatic solution of human pro¬blem. Kant analyses the pragmatic world and this analysis is closely related to human sciences, i.e., the descriptions of theliving world are similar to the descriptions given by contemporary cultural antropology or other sočiai sciences. Antropology is a certain characteriology, which is called by Kant semiotica universalis. It reveals the human world as a universum of pragmatic signs and landmarks. The aim of the pragmatic anthropology is the šame as one of the comparative anthropology of Humbold: it is knowledge of individual world of human be¬ings. This knowledge allows us to understand the individuals and to deal with them in the right way. On another hand, self-knowlege is also important, because only by reflecting and disciplining our-selves and our customs we can realize the way to understand humanity.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofDarbai ir dienos, 2005, nr. 41, p. 115-124lt_LT
dc.rightsSutarties data 2013-06-04, nr. A1221, prieinamas tik VDU intranete iki 2010-01-12lt_LT
dc.titlePragmatinio pasaulio problema (Trys antropologijos lygmenys Kanto filosofijoje)lt_LT
dc.title.alternativeThe problem of the pragmatic world (Three levels of anthropology in Kant’s philosophy)en_US
dc.typeStraipsnis / Article
dc.subject.udc1 Filosofija / Philosophy
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