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Kantian motives in logic and philosophy of science. The idea of unity of a priory and empirical elements of cognition

Keywordsactivity of the subject of cognition, apriorism, empiricism, unity of a priori and empirical elements of cognitive process
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AuthorBazhanov V.
Pages17-23
Abstract (summary) Kant insisted on the inherent unity of a priori and empirical elements of cognition. To what extent further progress of philosophy and exact sciences confirmed (or modified) original Kant ideas? I'm inclined to judge that apriorism in its modest version does not contradict a modest type of empiricism. Real practice of logical and mathematical reasoning provides pry conjunctions of a priori and empirical elements of cognitive processes. We can find the harmonic combinations of mentioned standpoints and thus to confirm the validity of Kant’s idea related to inherent unity of a priori and empirical elements within contemporary philosophy of science. Apriorism along with empiricism contains powerful heuristic potential.
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