Kant's Transcendental Arguments Hardback
Disciplining Pure Reason
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Kant's Transcendental Arguments
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This book offers the first extended analysis of Kants method of proof in philosophy. The author constructs a model based on Kants own statements about his procedure and then examines his famous proofs in light of it. Great emphasis is placed on historical accuracy and the debunking of popular myths about Kants aims and doctrines. The result is a compelling new picture of Kant that will challenge current assumptions.
1. Transcendental Arguments: Superfluity and Scepticism
2. The Transcendental Method
3. The Transcendental Refutation of Empirical Idealism
4. The Transcendental as a Level of Discourse
Kant's Transcendental Arguments by Scott Stapleford was published by Continuum in May 2008 and is our 55251st best seller. The ISBN for Kant's Transcendental Arguments is 9780826499288.
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Details for Kant's Transcendental Arguments
|Author / Artist||Scott Stapleford|
|Publisher||Continuum (May 2008)|
|Number of Pages||176|
|Page last updated||10th December 2017|