Kant, Gödel, and the problem of synthetic a priori judgements
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Darwinism as the Missing Link in Kant’s Critical Philosophy
... no theoretical link at his disposal which would offer a more solid scientific grounding for his entire system. I believe that Darwinism is such a link which bolsters the central but ungrounded thesis of the Critique of Pure Reason on the existence of a priori synthetic judgments. The synthesis of Darwinism and critical philosophy dictates, however, a substantial restructuring of the latter since some of its key elements prove to be weak in the light of modern studies and need to be revised or even reversed. The first ...
Types of Representational Content in Kant
... in what sense the generation of spatial content can be regarded as non-categorial. A key distinction is that a perceptual examination of an object can be understood as... ...
Allison, H. E., 1985. The Originality of Kant’s Distinction between Analytic and Synthetic Judgments. In: R. Kennington, ed. 1985. The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant. Washington:... ... University Press.
Marshall, C., 2014. Does Kant Demand Explanations for All Synthetic A Priori Claims? Journal of the History of Philosophy, 52(3), pp. 549-576.
Edmund Husserl’s phenomenology and a cognitive-semantic interpretation of Kant’s transcendentalism
... Kant’s phenomenon (object) is a sign, whose referent is the thing in itself in the subjective and objective modes. The article considers two variants of the cognitive-semantic interpretation. The first one is based on Kant’s famous question as to how synthetic judgments are possible a priori. The variant defines the objective thing in itself as an empirical object that affects our sensibility. The second variant is based on the question ‘On what ground rests the relation of what we call representation in us to the object?’, as ...