transcendental philosophy

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any system of philosophy emphasizing the intuitive and spiritual above the empirical and material

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Transcendental philosophy, Emerson and his colleagues believed, would rectify these failings, and provide "the basis for a new social order in which human dignity and freedom might triumph over the power of money and machines" (Hotchfield qtd.
In the name of transcendental philosophy (immanence of criteria), he therefore denounced the transcendent use of syntheses such as appeared in metaphysics.
Here is an illustrative anecdote that he himself recalls: "When I published my book on Kant, which was one of the first comprehensive studies published in Spanish on transcendental philosophy, one friend told me: 'If you continue in this direction, you will became the greatest specialist on Kant in the Spanish-speaking world.
Topics include Salomon Maimon and skepticism, by Lidia Gasperoni; morality, irony, and skepticism in Fichte, by Llaus Vieweg; and transcendental philosophy, dialectic and the problem of determination in Fichte, by Angelica Nuzzo (affiliations are not given).
Such a statement exudes a certain touch of transcendental philosophy with a sort of Kant-meets-Dilbert spin.
His purpose is to retrieve a notion of experience in moral reflection; he accomplishes this through a critical reading of the phenomenology of Dietrich von Hildebrand in light of transcendental philosophy.
The origins of Schelling's Naturphilosophie and its relation to his transcendental philosophy have long intrigued historians of philosophy.
In renaming transcendental philosophy transcendental anthropology, there is a danger of reducing it merely to a kind of philosophical speciesism, and it is not at all clear that this was Kant's intent.
This collection will appeal to advanced students of Emerson and others interested in transcendental philosophy, as the selections included offer complex and in depth analysis of many of Emerson's major themes.
Issues explored in detail include methodological matters pertaining to the relationship between transcendental philosophy and naturalism, as well as debates concerning direct realism in perception, conceptual and non-conceptual content, to name but a few.
This proposal highlights that transcendental philosophy has a paradoxical element at its core and that such paradoxicality is necessary to find a middle way between skepticism and dogmatism.
She covers the transcendental philosophy of both, Kant's account of self, relating Sartre's account of self to Kant, knowing self, and transcendental idealism.
Since succession is a basic theme in Kant's transcendental philosophy, Milton's influence on the German's thought is decisive.
But while Chapter 5 notes that Habermas's pragmatism is a 'transcendental pragmatism' (125) that differs significantly from the work of Peirce or Rorty, it downplays the tension between pragmatism and any sort of transcendental philosophy.
1) In these lectures, Fichte provided an exoteric presentation of his transcendental philosophy and a compelling account of morality.
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