Kant’s Transcendental Idealism emerges under the context and in opposition to both idealist and empiricist philosophies. The problem of Idealism for Kant is because it separates knowledge from empirical objects, it is metaphysical. 909 more words
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I find it useful to consider the difference, and different iterations, of idealist and realist positions so that we can contextualise the problems and issues that any particular iteration might be dealing with. 1,164 more words
By G. Anthony Bruno
That Lara Ostaric’s Interpreting Schelling: Critical Essays is the first English-language collection of papers devoted to the philosophy of F.W.J. 4,897 more words
Hello all! It’s the new year, so perhaps we should undertake an exciting new journey!
So here goes: What are the intersections between Asexuality Studies and German thought? 208 more words