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Prolegomena to Any Future Metaphysics

Immanuel Kant

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Which of the following is not a rationalist metaphysician?

Which of the following is true of the metaphysics that precedes Kant?

What is the definition of an analytic judgment?

What kind of statement is "all swans are white"?

What kind of statement is "all bachelors are unmarried"?

What kind of statement is "7 + 5 = 12"?

Which of the following is NOT at least potentially a body of synthetic a priori judgments?

What discipline deals with our pure intuition of space?

What discipline deals with our pure intuition of time?

What am I seeing when I see my brown cat?

Which of the following is true of judgments of perception?

Which of the following (according to the logical table of judgments) is a judgment as to modality?

Which of the following (according to the transcendental table of the pure concepts of the understanding) is a concept as to quantity?

Which of the following claims of Hume's does Kant NOT agree with?

Which of the following is NOT a part of what Kant calls "nature"?

Which of the following is not a category for the ideas of reason?

Who is the main target of criticism in the third part?

What can reason teach us about the nature of the soul?

Which faculty helps us sort out causal relations?

Which of the following claims is not part of one of the four antinomies listed under cosmological ideas?

Which of the following is attributable to things in themselves?

Which of the following fields is "bounded"?

Which of the following questions is the sort that might be investigated by Kant's "critical" metaphysics?

Which of the following is true of "critical" metaphysics?

Who does Kant take as an example of a "dogmatic idealist"?

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I find Kant more compelling, taken at face-value

by DannyBoyPoker, April 10, 2014

One gathers the impression from what is here, that Kant's not terribly compelling, or plausible, whatever his historical importance. I think this is debatable.

About the claim that is made here, that Frege was the first to point out that geometry is not synthetic a priori. Well, this implies that indeed, geometry is not synthetic a priori. However, Some believe that Frege was wrong. I'll note that I'm also reading, here, about how this position 'was given a boost by Einstein's relativity..' That is to say, that Einstein's relativity<... Read more

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