Forms of Intuitions and Categories as A Priori Grounds of Metaphysics in Kant’s Aesthetics and Transcendental Analytic

Dariusz Pakalski

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/szhf.2013.024

Abstract


The article focuses on the central problem of Kant’s philosophy, namely the separation of aesthetics and transcendental dialectic, or in other words the field of senses and the field of reason, or as seen from the point of epistemology: receptivity and spontaneity. The author attempts to give the most exact picture of the source conception, as presented by Kant, adding only his own systematization and giving an account of later interpretations made from the standpoints of Neo-Kantianism and existential philosophy.


Keywords


Kant; forms of intuition; time; space; metaphysics; history of modern philosophy

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