Kant and Mathematics Today: Between Epistemology and Exact Sciences
This study examines the first Critique as a whole, without becoming stuck in a quagmire of microscopic topics, and limits the study strictly relative to mathematics. The greatest emphasis is on the relevance and compatibility between Kant's epistemology and mathematics proper in the mainstream.
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Retrospect and Prospect
An Epistemological Frame of Reference
A Parallel Between Epistemology
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