What he did was to show that the two statements constituting the antinomy
are equally provable philosophically.
consciousness of the substance-procedure antinomy
happened to coincide
Law is constituted by an antinomy
'in which it is both utterly dependent [and] yet still itself surpassingly responsive'.
The Africans do not want to be black, and African Americans do not want to be African--gasp, it is an antinomy
A good test is the extent to which we can resolve the antinomy
We are, it seems, left with the idea of the suppression of the social, of a contradiction elevated to the status of an antinomy
, a return to what Lukacs called 'the greatest obstacle to understanding history', that is, the 'Enlightenment's conception of man's [sic] unalterable nature'.
The complexity of this antinomy
is not even superficially considered and as Brooke's writing is incapable of tearing itself away from an epistemology more naive than that of Austen herself, so it is unable to make any critical headway.
What if the contradiction between unifying sympathy and divisive criticism was not a fruitful tension but an unresolvable antinomy
of the public sphere, one that reflects problems with how the theory and the institution wishes to erase the contestation that constitutes it?
A metalanguage helps language-users detect and steer clear of expressions whose semantic polyfunctionality yields, among other pernicious paradoxes, the antinomy
of the liar.
Rather than confront this antinomy
, the theory Addis develops rests on the idea that as a quasi-natural representation of feelings and emotions, the symbolizing relation between music's properties in the physical realm and the mental properties of the emotions inheres in the natures of both.
Merlan attacks this antinomy
indicating that there is no original condition of traditional stasis in relation to which 'change' can he assessed.
The thing to be stressed here, however, is that de Man not only takes as his "theoretical" point of departure the antinomy
of form and content, an antinomy
within whose terms the literary object must appear to all "reified consciousness.