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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Contents
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    • ii. Kant's Basic Epistemological Question
    • iii. Epistemology Since Kant
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Preface
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    • philosophy suffers from an unhealthy faith in Kant.
    • strongly with Kant's. What did he achieve? He showed that the
    • philosophy living in vain and illusory dogmas. Kant himself would have
    • principles into another world. Kant did indeed refute “dogmatic”
    • philosophy, but he put nothing in its place. This is why Kant was
    • by Kant, but sought the ultimate principles within the world
    • that the conclusions of Kant's criticism of reason were eternal and
    • cause along paths very different from those of Kant. The mistake of
    • above. Unlike Kant, the purpose here is not to show what our faculty
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: Introduction
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    • analysis, that no theory of knowledge based on Kant's line of thought
    • knowledge based on Kant's philosophy. Indeed, I believe I have achieved
    • which positivism and neo-Kantianism advance as the one and only
    • H. Cohen, Kants Theorie der Erfahrung (Kant's Theory of
    • B. Erdmann, Kants Kriticismus in der esten und zweiten
    • Auflage seiner Kritik der reinen Vernunft, (Kant's
    • parts concerning Kant.
    • F. Harms, Die Philosophie seit Kant (Philosophy through
    • Kant), Berlin, 1876.
    • A. Hölder, Darstellung der Kantischen Erkenntnistheorie
    • (A Presentation of Kant's Theory of Cognition),
    • O. Liebmann, Kant und die Epigonen, (Kant and the
    • W Müntz, Die Grundlagen der Kantschen
    • Erkenntnistheorie (Foundation of Kant's Theory of
    • Kantschen Erkenntnistheorie (Study on the History of the
    • Development of the Kantian Theory of Cognition),
    • Kantischen Philosophie (The Principles of the Pure
    • Theory of Cognition in the Philosophy of Kant), Leipzig,
    • J. Volkelt, Immanuel Kants Erkenntnistheorie, usw.,
    • (Immanuel Kant's Theory of Cognition, etc.), Hamburg,
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: ii. Kant's Basic Epistemological Question
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    • modern sense. However, the history of philosophy before Kant contains
    • philosophy of ancient Greece. Kant then went into every aspect of all
    • Kant's are to be found repetitions of all earlier attempts to solve
    • important if one considers only the period since the appearance of Kant's
    • All earlier achievements in this field have been repeated since Kant.
    • Kant's fundamental question concerning epistemology is: How are
    • not this question is free of presuppositions. Kant formulates it
    • Is this problem as Kant formulates it, free of all presuppositions?
    • and acquired independently of all experience. Kant calls a judgment
    • for us — in the first. If, with Kant, we wish to call this
    • is different in regard to the second part of Kant's question, which
    • us. This is the first objection to Kant's question.
    • Two presuppositions are thus contained in Kant's formulation of the
    • occur to Kant that these principles need proof, that they are open to
    • arrive at knowledge accordingly; Kant makes the same assumptions and
    • are not valid at all? In that case, the edifice of Kant's doctrine has
    • All that Kant brings forward in the five paragraphs preceding his
    • And finally Kant says:
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  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iii. Epistemology Since Kant
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    • iii. Epistemology Since Kant
    • of theories of knowledge since Kant have been influenced
    • achievement of Kantian philosophy is the principle that the world is
    • Kantian criticism can deny.”
    • philosophy, with greater or lesser clarity, ever since Kant. Critical
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: iv. The Starting Point of Epistemology
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    • a form that could be called intellectual seeing. Kant and the later
    • as a thought-form. If one clings to the Kantian assertion that of
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: v. Cognition and Reality
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    • When Kant speaks of “the synthetic unity of apperception” it is
    • otherwise. Kant's judgments a priori fundamentally are not cognition,
    • but are only postulates. In the Kantian sense, one can always only
  • Title: Truth and Knowledge: vi. Epistemology Free of Assumptions and Fichtes Science of Knowledge
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    • it. Of all Kant's successors, Fichte is the one who felt most keenly
    • On the basis of Kant's synthesis of “transcendental apperception”
    • An objection which Kantianism could still bring forward would be that

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