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The Transcendental Turn: The Foundation of Kant's Idealism

The Transcendental Turn: The Foundation of Kant's Idealism by Moltke Gram
Publisher: Univ Pr of Florida | 1985 | ISBN: 0813007879 | 260 pages | PDF | 33,4 MB

These studies attempt to provide a unified account of themes in Kant's epistemology that have previously been discussed in mutual isolation. Kant gives us a theory of causation. He also gives us a theory of what he calls affection. The nature and cogency of both have been obscured by the assimilation of affection to causation and the attendant neglect of the problem of relating what are, as I shall show, two quite different, distinctive theories about two different problems.
Kant also distinguishes between things in themselves and appearances. But the nature of that relation and the viability of his theory about that relation have both been lost. The issues surrounding the distinction have been discussed without attention to the fact that Kant distinguishes sharply, although not always explicitly, between causation and affection.

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