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Introduction; Part I. The Lawfulness of Nature: 1. Kant on the unity and diversity of laws Eric Watkins; 2. On universality, necessity, and law in general Karl Ameriks; 3. Imperfect knowledge of nature: Kant, Hume and laws of nature Paul Guyer; Part II. The Systematicity of Nature: 4. Why must we presuppose the systematicity of nature? Hannah Ginsborg; 5. Empirical scientific investigation and the ideas of reason Rachel Zuckert; 6. Kant's transcendental principle of purposiveness and the 'maxim of the lawfulness of empirical laws' Thomas Teufel; Part III. Nomic Necessity and the Metaphysics of Nature: 7. Kant's necessitation account of laws and the nature of natures James Messina; 8. Grounds, modality, and nomic necessity in the critical Kant Michela Massimi; 9. Kant on mathematical force laws Daniel Warren; Part IV. Laws in Physics: 10. Kant's conception of causal necessity and its legacy Michael Friedman; 11. Metaphysical foundations of neoclassical mechanics Marius Stan; Part V. Laws in Biology: 12. Laws in biology and unity of nature Angela Breitenbach; 13. The building forces of nature and Kant's teleology of the living Catherine Wilson.
This volume of new essays explores Kant's views on the laws of nature.