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#### Intellektuelle Anschauung und philosophische Schwärmerei. Kant und die Aufklärung des philosophierenden Subjekts

The article broaches the issue of Kant’s claim of the enlightenment of the philosophizing subject by tracing his criticism of philosophical enthusiasm (“Schwärmerei”). For Kant intellectual **intuition** (“intellektuelle Anschauung”) serves in case of philosophical enthusiasm as a reason for the justification of philosophical knowledge. This determination is a threat for his project of enlightenment, because it entices the philosophizing ...

#### What is Kantian Philosophy of Mathematics? An Overview of Contemporary Studies

... and comments are based on the texts contained in this collection. I first examine the more general questions which have to do not only with the philosophy of mathematics, but also with related areas of Kant’s philosophy, e. g. the question: What is **intuition** and singular term? Then I look at more specific questions, e. g.: What is the subject of arithmetic and what is the significance of diagrams in mathematical reasoning? As a result, the reader is presented with a fairly complete overview of modern ...

#### Types of Representational Content in Kant

... attributed to Kant’s account of representation. The more specific aim is to examine which of these types of content can be regarded as possible without the application of concepts. In order to answer the question, I proceed as follows. First, I show how **intuition** (in Kant’s sense) can be seen as providing indexical content independently of empirical concepts. Second, I show in what sense the generation of spatial content can be regarded as non-categorial. A key distinction is that a perceptual examination ...

#### Kant über inneren Sinn, Zeitanschauung und Selbstaffektion

The aim of this research is to explore what relations self-affection bears to the **intuitions** of inner sense. I propose that self-affection makes some contribution to formal **intuitions** and empirical consciousness by arguing that the functions of self-affection consist respectively in conceptualising and conscious-making. I begin by ...

#### A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The constructive nature of mathematics

... certain types of cognition aimed at justifying their objective significance. This article aims to explicate Kant’s understanding (resp. justification) of the abstract nature of mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in **intuition**” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the **intuition** corresponding to it”; [CPR, A 713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and demonstrations” [CPR, A 726/В 754]. Unlike specific ‘physical’ ...

#### A transcendental analysis of mathematics: The abstract nature of mathematical knowledge

... certain types of cognition aimed at justifying their objective significance. This article aims to explicate Kant’s understanding (resp. justification) of the abstract nature of mathematical knowledge (cognition) as the “construction of concepts in **intuition**” (see: “to construct a concept means to exhibit a priori the **intuition** corresponding to it”; [CPR, A713/В 741], which is “thoroughly grounded on definitions, axioms, and demonstrations” [CPR, A726/В 754]. Mathematical objects, unlike ...

#### Kant oder Heidegger – Metaphysik, Anthropologie oder Existenzial-Ontologie? Kritische Bemerkungen zu einer Alternative Heideggers im Jahr 1929

... appropriate to the leading aspects of the two philosophers, has to bear in mind from the very beginning the deep differences of these leading aspects: Kant concentrates on the formal structure and the strictly subjective status of time as a form of **intuition**, Heidegger concentrates on the roles time plays in the daily human world orientation. Under these methodical and conceptional pre-suppositions a close examination must come the result, that both conceptions complement, even complete one another....

#### The Problem of Being: Kant and Heidegger

... distinction between empirics and sensibility: all empirics is sensible, but not all sensibility is empirical. A triangle in general, a dog in general, etc. have an image, but it is not a singular image, but a schema. Heidegger argues that time as pure **intuition** is the “field” in which the imagination faculty draws its image schemas. This field is the horizon of objectness, i.e. the possibility of emergence of non-empirical objects, including being. Being, then, is not a Kantian noumenon, not an ...

#### Kant versus Vladimir Solovyov: gnosiology with reflection and without it

... If, according to Kant, the acquisition of true knowledge is impossible without reflection (including transcendental reflection), Solovyov builds his theory of knowledge on entirely different grounds, therefore, he has to rely on God and intellectual **intuition** in discovering the truth. Only having established the pros and cons of both gnoseologies, we can define whose theory — Kant’s or Solovyov’s — is more suitable to describe the process of cognition by a human being — a being in possession ...

#### Between Kant and Trendelenburg: On the Genealogy of Kudryavtsev-Platonov’s Theory of Cognition

... Sergievoj Lavry, pp. 57-125 (In Rus.)
Zenkovsky, V. V., 2001. Istoriya russkoj filosofii [The History of Russian Philosophy]. Moscow: Akademicheskij proekt, Raritet. (In Rus.)
Trendelenburg, Kudryavtsev-Platonov, Kant, space, time, categories, motion, **intuition**, being, thinking
Rozhin D. O.
35-68
10.5922/0207-6918-2023-4-3

#### He predicted the fate poetically… The book Giordano Bruno as a covert confession of Lev Karsavin

....ru/lib/book/76125/
(дата обращения: 12.02.2015).
9. Ванеев А. А. Два года в Абези. Памяти Л. П. Карсавина. Брюссель, 1990.
Karsavin, philosophy, confession, Giordano Bruno, double-truth theory, **intuition**, mysticism.
Sharonov V.
131-154

#### The second application of transcendental logic

... 1962.
10. Melnick A. Kant’s Analogies of Experience. Chicago; L., 1973.
11. Rohs P. Transzendentale Logik. Meisenheim am Glan, 1976.
12. Stuhlmann-Laeisz R. Kants Logik. B.; N. Y., 1976.
rules and laws of transcendental logic, schema, the axioms of **intuition**, anticipations of perception, analogies of experience, postulates of empirical thought
Semyonov V. Ye.
18-32
10.5922/0207-6918-2011-3-2

#### I. Kant in the development of N. O. Lossky’s philosophical views: The case of a translation

... special attention of Lossky. These include the fundamental logical issues of the essence of logical connection, the nature of judgement and inference, and that of the synthetic and analytic. The article addresses the interpretation of the concept of ‘**intuition**’ by Lossky and the influence of this interpretation on the translation of Kant’s Anschauung.The author identifies a number of reasons that inspired the intuitivist to translate the CPR. Fol¬lowing Kant’s philosophy, Lossky had sufficient ...