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Kant Corrects Plato

In the Theaetetus 195e-196-b Socrates confronts Theaetetus with an apparent paradox: surely it’s impossible, he has Theaetetus admit, for anyone to think that 11 is 12. But, he notes, it happens all the time that someone tries to add 5+7  and comes up with … Continue reading

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Kant’s Iron Cage

In a chapter on “The Ground of the Distinction of All Objects in General into Phenomena and Noumena,” Kant writes, “Everything which the understanding derives from itself is, though not borrowed from experience, at the disposal of the understanding solely … Continue reading

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