The essay proposes a reading of Kantian reason from a “philosophical-cultural” perspective. It thematizes the structural finitude of Kantian reason and the pathological aspects that derive from it. The essay is divided into three parts. In the first one it tries to reconstruct the sense of “kopernikanische Tat”, reading it as an institution of a relationship between meaninglessness and meaning. The second and third part deepen the concepts of ideality and of judgment. Finally, the paper intends to show how in its pathology, and therefore in the relationship that it sets between meaninglessness and meaning, the Kantian reason finds its true “vocation”.
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