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Author: Marcel Buß

1 Introduction The discussion about how transcendental arguments are structured has led to a wide variety of views. But, in the most general of terms, the basic structure of a transcendental argument could be described as follows: The starting point of the argument is the assessment that

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

. Auswahlbibliographie 235 M. Frank, „Unendliche Annäherung“. Die Anfänge der philosophischen Frühro- mantik, Frankfurt/M. 1997. P. Franks, All or Nothing: Systematicity, Transcendental Arguments, and Skep- ticism in German Idealism, Cambridge/Mass. 2005. –, Subjectivity without Subjectivism: Fichte’s Philosophy Today

In: Am Rande des Idealismus
Author: Olaf L. Müller

(eds) [PITP]:223–263. – [CTSW]: »Can they say what they want? A transcendental argument against utilitarianism«. The Southern Journal of Philosophy XLI No. 2 (June 2003), pp. 241–259. – [DF]: »Die Diebe der Freiheit: Libet und die Neurophysiologen vor dem Tribunal der Metaphysik«. In Heilinger (ed) [NF

In: Arten ethischer Erkenntnis
Author: Jessica Leech

development of Kant’s thought about modality from pre-critical to critical (Abaci 2019, Stang 2016), and Kant’s modal forms of judgment (e.g. Leech 2012). Work that does focus on the Postulates tends not to seek a transcendental argument for them, but explores other aspects, such as the range of different

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In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: Christian Suhm

draw on a transcendental argument based on the conceptual analysis of the notions of scientific success and of epistemic reliability of scientific inferences. It will turn out that the transcendentalist move, by that very analysis, irreducibly involves an aprioristic step and thereby gives rise to the

In: The A Priori and Its Role in Philosophy

World: A Study of the Boundaries of Science , Cambridge 1999 . Chakravartty , A. : Scientific Realism , In: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy , < > [01.07.2019]. Chang , H. : Contingent Transcendental Arguments for

In: Wissenschaftsreflexion
Author: Ludwig Siep

human beings, freedom of conscience, basic mutual assistance, and so forth might count as real discoveries in this sense. In a Hegelian sense this is the positing, »Setzen«, of something to be presupposed, »vorausgesetzt«. Is this not itself a sort of transcendental argument, like the argument for

In: Menschenrechte und Menschenwürde im kulturellen Kontext
Author: Erling Skjei

quoted passages from Omversation with Burman, Descartes could be interpreted as advocating a kind of transcendental argument, i.e. roughly an argument which states that y cannot be known without knowledge of x, and since x is known, y is also known. In such an argument, the knowledge of x [here: the

In: Kant: Here, Now and How

« in Borges sense, a surreal or labyrinthine »multiverse«. Thanks to the linearity of causality, we experience a comprehensive universe. Although Descartes considered himself as the first philosopher to have refuted scepticism, Kant directs his transcendental argument in the first Critique

In: Kant: Here, Now and How
Author: Miriam Ossa

(Hrsg.), Bedingungen der Möglichkeit. ›Transcendental Arguments‹ und transzendentales Denken. (Stuttgart), S. 80–87 Berlich, Alfred (1982): Elenktik des Diskurses. Karl-Otto Apels Ansatz einer transzenden- talpragmatischen Letztbegründung. In: D. Böhler und W. Kuhlmann (Hrsg.), Kom- munikation und

In: Voraussetzungen voraussetzungsloser Erkenntnis?