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

... which suggests a “shift” from the level of concepts of the understanding to the level of sensual intuition, where mathematical acts are performed, followed by a subsequent return to the initial level. On this basis, the author develops a theory of **transcendental** **constructivism** (**pragmatism**). In particular, Kant's ‘intuitionism’ of mathematics can be understood as structural properties of mathematical language or its ‘logical space’ (Wittgenstein; cf. mathematical structuralism). In his theory, Kant distinguishes between ...

#### Kant’s **transcendentalism** as a **transcendental** paradigm of philo¬so¬phiz¬ing

... Essay on Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. L. ; N. Y., 1966.
Kant’s **transcendental** philosophy (**transcendentalism**), **transcendental** method, Copernican revolution, **transcendental** shift, **transcendental** perspective, **transcendental** paradigm,
**transcendental** **constructivism** (**pragmatism**), **transcendental** metaphysics, "two aspects" interpretation.
Katrechko S.
10-25
10.5922/0207-6918-2014-2-1
[text]1. Arzakanian, C. G. 1994, Primechaniia [Notes], in Kant, I. Critique of Pure Reason (second edition), pp. 546—563.2. Kant, ...