Studies in philosophy and the history of philosophy ; v. 40.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-272) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
pt. 1. The transcendental aesthetic The consistency of Kant's theory of space and time Kant vs. Lambert and Trendelenburg on the ideality of time pt. 2. The transcendental deduction Apperception and the premise of Kant's transcendental deduction Categories, logical functions, and schemata in Kant A modified version of Kant's theory of cognition pt. 3. The principles Kant's proofs of causation and substance Kant's refutation of idealism in the B edition pt. 4. Things in themselves Kant on things in themselves Kant's proof of transcendental idealism in the first antinomy Macroscopic facts, quantum mechanics, and metaphysical realism pt. 5. Freedom and morality Reason, freedom, and determinism in Kant's third antinomy Kant's formulations of the categorical imperative The rational justification of morality.