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The aim of this paper is to explore Kant’s account of normativity through the prism of the distinction between the natural and the human sciences. Although the pragmatic orientation of the human sciences is often defined in contrast with the theoretical orientation of the natural sciences, I show that they are in fact regulated by one and the same norm, namely reason’s demand for autonomy.
|Journal||Studies In History and Philosophy of Science Part A|
|Early online date||5 Apr 2018|
|Publication status||Published - Oct 2018|
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- School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences - Personal Chair of Kantian Philosophy
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