Kant, Gödel, and the problem of synthetic a priori judgements
Debates over Kant’s famous postulate about the existence of synthetic a priori judgements in mathematics, formulated in the Critique of Pure Reason, have been raging for over two centuries. On the one hand, it was fiercely criticised by neo-positivists in the early 20th century. On the other hand, Kant’s ideas on constructive ...
Problems of analytic and synthetic propositions in the history of logic
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17. Lewis C. I. An Analysis of Knowledge and Valuation. Illinois, 1946.
Pushkarsky A. G.
history of logic, image of logic, analytic and synthetic propositions, a priori synthetic judgements, N. O. Lossky’s concept of logic, intuitionism, conceptual
pragmatism, W. V. O. Quine’s philosophy of logic.
Systematicity of the Critique of Pure Reason and Kant’s system (IV)
... science and the system of criticism. In the context of traditional epistemological theories, it was an entirely new instalment supplementing these theories and understanding knowledge as a continuous process undergoing scientific revolutions. Constructing synthetic a priori judgements requires leaving the extant knowledge for the realm of possible experience, where reason is faced with antinomies. The author provides a critical examination of Karl Jaspers’ ideas about the cognising abilities of transcendental dialectical ...