Kant and Modern Philosophy by J.-M. Kuczynski audiobook

Kant and Modern Philosophy

By J.-M. Kuczynski
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Kant's system is stated, analyzed, and duly reconstructed. On this basis, cogent analyses of induction, causation, and scientific method are put forth. Introduction Part 1. The Cogency of Kant’s Transcendental Arguments The ambiguity of the word “concept” “Synthetic” and “a priori” defined Kant’s conception of a priority and analyticity Kant’s conception of non-analyticity Kant on the role of paraperceptual ideation in analytical thought Transcendental≠Analyticity-based Kant’s crypto-empiricism Arithmetic not a priori Transcendentalism=Psychologism Kant’s rearguard empiricism Why Kant’s positions are nonetheless correct A priori knowledge a prerequisite for a posteriori knowledge Kant on Hume on Causation Part 2. The Analogue-Digital Distinction and the Strictly Logical Basis of Induction and Causal Explanation The concept of instantaneousness Hume’s position doubly erroneous The analogue-digital distinction The existence of necessary connections of the non-instantaneousness of all spatiotemporal existence Temporal order to be understood in terms of causation, not vice versa The spuriousness of Hume’s argument for spontaneous creation Summary of sections I-VI. Induction an operation on analogue-content Perceptual content not digitizable The spuriousness of Hume’s argument for the legitimacy of counterpredictive inductions The grounds of inductive inference vs. linguistic representations of such grounds Hume’s associationism false with respect to our theories, true only with respect to Hume’s theories about our theories Some Consequences of our System The non-probativeness of some of the standard arguments for skepticism The Kantian roots of this system These points in relation to the nature of probability Whitehead and Russell on spatiotemporal order The crypto-conversativism of epistemic relativism Chomsky’s epistemic conservativism Ontogenetic a posteriori ≠ phylogenetic a priori Chomsky’s rationalism actually an extreme form of empiricism The unconscious

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Kant's system is stated, analyzed, and duly reconstructed. On this basis, cogent analyses of induction, causation, and scientific method are put forth.
Introduction
Part 1. The Cogency of Kant’s Transcendental Arguments
The ambiguity of the word “concept”
“Synthetic” and “a priori” defined
Kant’s conception of a priority and analyticity
Kant’s conception of non-analyticity
Kant on the role of paraperceptual ideation in analytical thought
Transcendental≠Analyticity-based
Kant’s crypto-empiricism
Arithmetic not a priori
Transcendentalism=Psychologism
Kant’s rearguard empiricism
Why Kant’s positions are nonetheless correct
A priori knowledge a prerequisite for a posteriori knowledge
Kant on Hume on Causation
Part 2. The Analogue-Digital Distinction and the Strictly Logical Basis of Induction and Causal
Explanation
The concept of instantaneousness
Hume’s position doubly erroneous
The analogue-digital distinction
The existence of necessary connections of the non-instantaneousness of all spatiotemporal
existence
Temporal order to be understood in terms of causation, not vice versa
The spuriousness of Hume’s argument for spontaneous creation
Summary of sections I-VI.
Induction an operation on analogue-content
Perceptual content not digitizable
The spuriousness of Hume’s argument for the legitimacy of counterpredictive inductions
The grounds of inductive inference vs. linguistic representations of such grounds
Hume’s associationism false with respect to our theories, true only with respect to Hume’s
theories about our theories
Some Consequences of our System
The non-probativeness of some of the standard arguments for skepticism
The Kantian roots of this system
These points in relation to the nature of probability
Whitehead and Russell on spatiotemporal order
The crypto-conversativism of epistemic relativism
Chomsky’s epistemic conservativism
Ontogenetic a posteriori ≠ phylogenetic a priori
Chomsky’s rationalism actually an extreme form of empiricism
The unconscious

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Philosophy
Runtime: 3.13
Audience: Adult
Language: English