Author Archives: I. Kant

About I. Kant

Systematic philosopher in the German tradition

Confict of the Facilities

Something’s seriously wrong with the router, or maybe the modem, and I’m sick and tired of losing my blog posts when I try to post them. (You’re just going to have to guess what I think about aesthetic and teleological … Continue reading

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Second Critique

OK, maybe one more Critique. But I promise: that’s it!

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Re-Deduction

I’m not sure if one version of the Transcendental Deduction is sufficiently confusing. Let’s give them another…

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Email Sig

Green says I need a catchier email sig. Here’s what I have so far: “Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the more often and steadily one reflects on them: blogging and a well-designed … Continue reading

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Critique Publication Party

Finally, after a decade of effort, my Critique of Pure Reason is about to appear in print! Friends, you’re all invited over for dinner to celebrate. After all that work, may I never hear the word ‘Critique’ again! Now, back … Continue reading

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Wrapping Things Up

Almost done the book. Just need to get rid of a few more examples…

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Critique of Hume

OK, problem solved. Just need to write this up. Should be out by Easter…

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Plagued By Doubt

Hmm, interesting argument. Uniformity of Nature–that’s clever. My head’s spinning a little. Need to work on this. Hang on…

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All too Humean

Herz has me thinking again about David Hume. Our English skeptic believes our employment of the concept of causality is irrational and unjustified. What’s up with him? That’s crazy talk!

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Inaugural Dissertation

Just finished my big Inaugural Dissertation: “On the Form and Principles of the Sensible and Intelligible World.” I probably need to work on my titles, but I think this might just be my magnum opus. Pretty much figured things out … Continue reading

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