Kant's Methodology: An Essay in Philosophical Archeology

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OHIO University Press, 1996 - Philosophy - 430 pages
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Bigger (Participation: A Platonic Inquiry, LSU Pr., 1968. o.p.) argues in this immensely erudite work that although Kant destroyed traditional epistemology and metaphysics, he at the same time offered ... Read full review

Contents

The Methodological Roots
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Being Underway with Kant
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Analysis as Phenomenology
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