Monthly Archives: April 2013

Kantian philosophy, part 2: why be interested

In part 1, I gave a quick description of Kant’s epistemological project: to uncover what might be called the human “operating system,” or the fixed interpretive framework humans employ in encountering and understanding experience. I also made a couple of … Continue reading

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On Kantian philosophy, part 1: Kant’s project (in the CPR)

As the title of this post suggests, I’m intending to write several posts reflecting on Kant’s philosophy. I’m doing this because I have a distant goal of writing a book arguing that Kant was essentially right. In the Critique of … Continue reading

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