Kant's Transcendental Idealism An Interpretation and Defense
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Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 3/11/2004
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
|Note on Sources and Key to Abbreviations and Translations|
|Preface to the Revised Edition|
|The Nature of Transcendental Idealism|
|An Introduction to the Problem|
|Transcendental Realism and Transcendental Idealism|
|The Thing in Itself and the Problem of Affection|
|Human Cognition and Its Conditions|
|Discursivity and Judgment|
|The Sensible Conditions of Human Cognition|
|The Intellectual Conditions of Human Cognition|
|Categories, Schemata, and Experience|
|The Transcendental Deduction|
|The Schematism of the Understanding and the Power of Judgment|
|The Analogies of Experience|
|Inner Sense and the Refutation of Idealism|
|The Transcendental Dialectic|
|Reason and Illusion|
|The Antinomy of Pure Reason|
|The Ideal of Pure Reason|
|The Regulative Function of Reason|