The Problem of the Relationship between Apperception, Self-Consciousness and Consciousness in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
Kant does not provide clear-cut definitions of apperception, consciousness, and self-consciousness and everywhere uses these terms as synonyms, which creates the problem of the relationship between these faculties. The importance of this problem stems from the colossal significance of each of the ...
Der Schatten der Tugend. Kant über die unergründliche Tiefe des Herzens
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Kant, intention, action, reason, self-knowledge, moral self-knowledge, maxims, transcendental apperception
"I am" and "Something is", or The ontology of Dasein
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epistemology, experience, objectivity, phenomenology, reflection, transcendental subject, apperception, phenomenon, category
Artemenko N. A.