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- Title: Truth and Knowledge: Preface
- should not be considered a complete, enclosed totality without this
- considered not as copies of something existing outside us, but as
- human existence. He who does not consider this to be his ultimate goal,
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: ii. Kant's Basic Epistemological Question
- KANT IS GENERALLY CONSIDERED
- a number of investigations which must be considered as more than mere
- important if one considers only the period since the appearance of Kant's
- synthetical judgments a priori possible? Let us consider whether or
- dependent on these preliminary considerations.
- considerations. However, anyone who, like Kant, makes definite,
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: iii. Epistemology Since Kant
- and considered a theory of knowledge to be “eminently critical”
- only if it “considers this principle as the sole stable point from which
- The considerations which have led to it are to be found systematically
- These considerations of the physicist are amplified by those of the
- arise in consciousness. The result of these considerations is summed
- of matter, which we consider to be the carrier of sensations. If we
- than repressing and modifying it through consideration and reflection.
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: iv. The Starting Point of Epistemology
- stage. The picture can be considered neither as reality nor as appearance,
- carefully removed from the world-picture so that it can be considered
- deliberately to this starting point. No one proceeding to consider
- begins. These considerations act as signposts pointing to where the
- Only a theory of knowledge that starts from considerations of this
- conclusion drawn from considerations based on cognition, i.e. it would
- we discover only by considering physical and physiological factors.
- idea is a concept with a greater content. Organism, considered quite
- abstractly, is an idea.) However, they must be considered in the form
- Before proceeding further, a possible objection must be considered. It
- only through considerations which themselves make use of cognition.
- cognition alone, without considering the cognizing subject. All that
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: v. Cognition and Reality
- Our thinking consideration of the world brings about the actual union
- thinking consideration of things. Therefore, thinking is the act
- Only if it is considered that scientific effort is merely a matter of
- consider only its immediate aspect; the hidden aspect only reveals
- This becomes clearer when we consider more closely the factors
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: vi. Epistemology Free of Assumptions and Fichtes Science of Knowledge
- considerations for himself — and who therefore does not know that the I
- to see only the construction, the finished product. He who considers
- This line of thought fails to consider one thing, namely that the I
- is considered, we shall find that his line of thought gains power and
- need only consider that if all the colors were given us with the
- Title: Truth and Knowledge: vii. Epistemological Conclusion
- Such considerations do not belong in a theory of knowledge, but in
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