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Kantian conceptual geography

Author: Nathaniel Jason Goldberg
Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2015.
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This is a work in Kantian conceptual geography. It explores issues in analytic epistemology, philosophy of language, and metaphysics in particular by appealing to theses drawn from Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Those issues include the nature of the subjective, objective, and empirical; potential scopes of the subjectie; what can (and cannot) be said about a subject-independent reality; analyticity,  Read more...
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Goldberg, Nathaniel Jason.
Kantian conceptual geography
(DLC) 2014019313
(OCoLC)884817946
Named Person: Immanuel Kant; Immanuel Kant; Immanuel Kant; Immanuel Kant
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel Jason Goldberg
ISBN: 9780190215392 0190215399
OCLC Number: 894227110
Notes: Includes index.
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Contents: ""Cover""; ""Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""Copyright""; ""Dedication""; ""Contents""; ""PREFACE & ACKNOWLEDGMENTS�“Dostoevsky is Immortal!�""; ""PART ONE Establishing Kantianism�s Borders""; ""ONE Dualism, Principlism, Kantianism""; ""1. Kantianism""; ""2. Kantianism and Kant�s Critique of Pure Reason""; ""3. Contrasting Views""; ""4. The Plan of This Work""; ""5. Naturalism""; ""PART TWO Exploring Kantian Territory""; ""TWO Philip Pettit""; ""1. Response-Dependence""; ""2. Pettit�s Response-Dependence and Kantianism""; ""3. From Kantianism to Noumenalism"" ""4. Complicating the Debate""""5. Pettit�s Trilemma""; ""6. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""THREE Thomas Kuhn""; ""1. Pettit and Kuhn on Language Learning""; ""2. Kuhn�s Kantianism""; ""3. Residual Issues Concerning Kuhn�s Kantianism""; ""4. From Kantianism to Incommensurability""; ""5. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""FOUR Donald Davidson""; ""1. Radical Interpretation and Kantianism""; ""2. Language Learning and Kantianism""; ""3. Reconcilable and Irreconcilable Differences""; ""4. The Curious Case of Swampman"" ""5. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""""PART THREE Defending Kantianism�s Borders""; ""FIVE Defending Dualism""; ""1. Scheme/Content Dualism and (My) Dualism""; ""2. First Half of Davidson�s Argument Against the Scheme Side""; ""3. Second Half of Davidson�s Argument Against the Scheme Side""; ""4. Evaluating That Second Half""; ""5. Davidson�s Argument Against the Content Side""; ""6. Dualism Defended""; ""7. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""SIX Defending Principlism""; ""1. Kant�s Principlism""; ""2. Classic Arguments Against Kant�s Principlism"" ""3. Carnap�s Principlism""""4. Quine�s Arguments Against Carnap�s Principlism""; ""5. Friedman�s Principlism""; ""6. Defending Friedman�s Principlism""; ""7. Principlism Defended""; ""8. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""PART FOUR Looking for New Land within Kantianism�s Borders""; ""SEVEN From Dualism to a Kantian Account of Meaning""; ""1. Kantian Account of Meaning""; ""2. Kantian Account Explored""; ""3. Platonic Realist Account of Meaning""; ""4. Aristotelian Realist Account of Meaning""; ""5. Berkeleian Idealist Account of Meaning"" ""6. Lockean Hybridist Account of Meaning""""7. Hegelian Pragmatist Account of Meaning""; ""8. Lessons for Kantian Conceptual Geography""; ""EIGHT Problems That a Kantian Account of Meaning Faces""; ""1. First Three Putative Problems: Indeterminacy, Relativism, and Incommensurability""; ""2. Fourth and Fifth Putative Problem: Infinite Regression and Truth-Value Relativism""; ""3. Sixth Putative Problem: Empirical-Property Relativism""; ""4. Seventh Putative Problem: A Plurality of Empirical Worlds""; ""5. Eighth Putative Problem: Movability Between Empirical Worlds""
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