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Imam Khomeini International University
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The present article attempts to explore two principles out of four literary and poetic principles with the centrality of Kant's conceptual turn concerning the concept of time that Deleuze opted for treating Kant's philosophy. In order to reformulate the Critique of Pure Reason Deleuze exploits two literary principles. The first one is taken from Hamlet according to which 'Time is out of Joint', the second one is taken from Arthur Rambo as he said, 'I is another'. For appreciating such complicated statements and explaining Deleuze's particular reading of Critique of Pure Reason, the author proceeds to explore Deleuze's writings and seminars on Kant in order to show that the presupposition of having a good command over Deleuze's philosophy is to study his confrontation with Kant's philosophy. For achieving such an end, the author accompanies Deleuze's treatment of Kant's philosophy step by step in order to shed some light on the concept of time in his reading of The Critique of Pure Reason from various perspectives so to apprehend the two poetic principles concerning the time. So he attempts to think about important questions like how did Kant upgrade the concept of subject? How did he achieve his Copernican revolution? Deleuze's answers follows two literary and poetic principles. 
Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Philosophy
Received: 2023/06/7 | Accepted: 2023/08/29

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